Discover the top 5 cozy mystery books of all time, as recommended by me. From the quirky antics of Jessica Fletcher in "Trick or Treachery" to the delectable Tita Rosie's Kitchen Mysteries in "Arsenic and Adobo", these books are sure to charm and intrigue cozy mystery fans. Don't forget to like, comment, share, and subscribe to The Glorious Train Wreck Mom for more humorous and entertaining content.
A Thrilling Mystery Adventure: A Review of “Murder, She Wrote: Gin and Daggers” by Donald Bain
https://amzn.to/3lwLTWx "Murder, She Wrote: Gin and Daggers" is a thrilling mystery novel written by Donald Bain and is the first book in the "Murder, She Wrote" series. The book follows the adventures of Jessica Fletcher, a bestselling mystery novelist and amateur sleuth, as she travels to London to deliver a keynote address at a convention... Continue Reading →
“Lovers and Other Killers” by James Anderson – A Book Review
As a fan of the classic TV show “Murder, She Wrote,” it thrilled me to have the opportunity to read “Lovers and Other Killers,” the third book in the “Murder, She Wrote” book series by James Anderson. I’m happy to say that I was not disappointed! From the first page, it transported me back to... Continue Reading →
Hooray for Homicide
Listen. Here's the thing. Y'all know I love me some Jessica Fletcher. I love Murder, She Wrote. But this book was a hot mess. It felt like they smashed two of the early episodes of Murder, She Wrote into one tangled up catastrophe. The characters weren't fleshed out well enough to like or dislike. The... Continue Reading →
Blogging A to Z Day 18: Review Round Up
Welcome aboard, train wreck. I've read a lot of books. And reviewed a few of them. And since my brain is in full Disney Vacation prep, I'm making this easy on myself. Because all that's left to do is everything. If this is your first time here, welcome aboard, train wreck. Glad to have you... Continue Reading →
Blogging A to Z Day 10 – Just Finished
Find out what I thought of the first book in the popular Kingdom Keepers series, Disney After Dark. Spoiler alert - I loved it. If you're a fan of middle grade fiction and Disney, you'll love this book, too!
Book Review – Caraval
I've been having a helluva time dealing with reality lately. Things are scary out in the world and even scarier inside my head. With one kid getting ready to graduate, one I can't seem to keep in the house, planning a Disney trip, work, and just life in general, well I don't wanna anymore. But that's not an option. What's a train wreck to do? Enter socially acceptable escapism. And this book checked all the boxes to let me escape for a while.
Book Review: The Sanatorium
Think "And Then There Were None," "Murder on the Orient Express," or "Death on the Nile." Just a little more intense.
Book Review: Head Full of Ghosts
Do you like The Exorcist? Wish it had crazy twists like a Missouri backroad? Do you like books that make you question everything you just read? This is the book for you.
Book Review: First Night
Do you love missed connection romance stories? Do you love when the main characters can't catch a break? Do you love a good happily ever after?