Hamish DeLuca has spent most of his life trying to hide the anxiety that appears at the most inopportune times — especially as a new lawyer. And when a corpse is discovered at the Flamingo, we learn there is a vast chasm between the haves and the have-nots in 1937 Boston.
The White Feather Murders by Rachel McMillan Genre: historical, mystery Publisher: Harvest House Date: May 1, 2017 Reviewed by: Rachel Dixon Fiction Addict Scorecard: A Move over Ray DeLuca there is a new dream boat in town. Toronto, 1914. Merinda Herringford and Jem Watts never could have imagined their crime-solving skills would set them up […]
Conductor of Light by Rachel McMillan Genre: inspirational, historical, mystery, novella Publisher: Harvest House Publishers Date: January 31, 2017 Reviewed by: Rachel Dixon Fiction Addict Scorecard: A I have come to adore the world that Rachel McMillan has created with Herringford & Watts! Female detectives, turn of the century excitement and discoveries, Toronto, humour, mystery, […]