Great Book! Read series in order. Builds her characters and their relationships as story line emerges and continues. Great series - I've almost completed the entire series and she just can't write fast enough. Also enjoy her Medical thriller series. Gerritsen is a good strong read.
Most excellent suspense - Tess Gerritsen does it again. Keeps you entertained to the end. A "must read" in her Jane Rizzoli and Maura Isles series. Keep reading her series - she only gets better, if that's possible.
Based in Berkeley, CA - which is fun to read about if you've ever lived, worked or visited there. It's a fairly low-keyed University town. Jill Smith's character gets herself into mischief because she just doesn't seem to be in-tune with her criminals. She eventually gets her "man" but has a hard time with it. It can be a fun read if you can get past wanted to help her out with the crimes.
I have read Fairstein's Alex Cooper Series through book 6 and have thoroughly enjoyed the series thus far. Enjoyed all but book #5 which had way too much information about museum archives. This book deals with some antiquties, however, there is more of a human element to it. Enjoy how Fairstein develops her characters. Very believable and likable. The Kills is certainly a good read with good twists.
What a fun-loving quirky series. Enjoyed Evanovich's entire Stephanie Plum series and can't wait until #16 comes out. Stephanie gets into so much trouble because she is not a good bounty hunter. However, she still seems to figure out who "done it" in spite of herself. It took me a bit to get into her character since most of my mystery reads are from more serious crime writers. Evanovich's Plum series gives you a more light-hearted mystery. Fun read.
Paula Deen does it again. There are some scrumptious dishes in this cookbook. Love the Hash Brown Casserole with the Breakfast Casserole. Quite the combination. Had the Green Chili Corn Muffins with the breakfast and it was a hit.
The Pineapple Salsa with Salmon was delicious for a dinner meal. You can't miss with her cookbooks.
Evanovich's Stephanie Plum is always a good, quick read. She seems to get herself into more trouble than one person should - this book is no different. Grandma Mazur, one of my favorite charachters in this series, is constantly amusing the readers with her antics - she's one feisty Granny. I normally read the more serious crime novels, but I read these for the fun value. I need a little light-hearted reading in between the blood and guts of the other hard-core criminal novelists. Thanks Evanovich.