Sunday, August 25, 2013

September Book Chat- Mysteries from Penguin's Berkley Prime Crime & Obsidian

My sister asked me to add a new component to the book chat. She enjoys the videos, but said it's hard to remember the titles and get them written down. She'd rather work from two screens when she places the holds at the library. So, here's the list of this month's titles, to go with the book chat.

Murder, Plain and Simple by Isabella Alan (1st Amish Quilt Shop Mystery)
The Cakes of Wrath by Jacklyn Brady (4th Piece of Cake Mystery)
First-Degree Fudge by Christine DeSmet (1st Fudge Shop Mystery)
Silent Knife by Shelley Freydont (2nd Celebration Bay Mystery)
Sup with the Devil by Barbara Hamilton (3rd Abigail Adams Mystery)
Bran New Death by Victoria Hamilton (1st Merry Muffin Mystery)
A Skeleton in the Family by Leigh Perry (1st)
Going Through the Notions by Cate Price (1st Deadly Notions Mystery)
Murder of a Stacked Librarian by Denise Swanson (16th Scumble River Mystery)


SandyG265 said...

I like the addition of the book list.

Jane R said...

Your sister made a great suggestion. The book list is greatly appreciated. And, welcome home!

Leigh Perry said...

Hi Lesa! Thanks for the shout-out for Sid the Skeleton and A SKELETON IN THE FAMILY.

Just FYI, if any of your readers like Toni L.P. Kelner's books, they might be interested to know that Toni and Leigh are the same person. Leigh is my new pen name.

If your readers don't like Kelner's work, I have never heard of her.

Terrie Farley Moran said...

Your sister is very smart!

Lisa Ks Book Reviews said...

How fun! Love your video.

Lesa said...

Christie will appreciate the comments. I'm glad you like the addition.

And, Toni and Leigh (smile) - Good luck with the new series and the new name.

Sue Farrell said...

You have a wise sister--I like her suggestion. I almost thought your kitty wouldn't show up---but FINALLY at the last minute there he is.

Lesa said...

Poor Jinx, Sue. He was in the first video of the day, but some of the books didn't download right, and I had to redo it. He wasn't interested in taking part a second time.