Looking at the book selections for this month's reading, and I noticed they all have a couple things in common. Each book has strong female characters, talks of food, and has a death. Can you find other similarities?
To begin our reading it only seems fair that a cat or in this case cats lead the way. Tatania and Zeus, the magical cats, allow humans Grace and Jack to join them in solving mysteries throughout the 1920s.
|Grace, Jack & Magical Cats by Mary Matthews|
If you've ever been in a relationship, married, or have had the privilege of having children then you will know understand the stages of this couple's relationship. Is married life the ultimate romance?
|Married Life The True Romance by May Edginton|
Joanna Campbell Slan does it again in this quick read. Not only does she provide a fun story but she includes a recipe for healthy, homemade dog treats and a craft.
|Kiki Lowenstein and the Cupcake Caper by Joanna Campbell Slan|
Retired school teacher, Myrtle Clover is beside herself when her book club decides to become a dinner club. Elizabeth Spann Craig serves up a dinner with a side of murder.
|Progressive Dinner Deadly by Elizabeth Spann Craig|
An interesting mix of reading this month. Not sure there's a theme but perhaps that's the magic and mystery the month of May brings us. Oh my goodness, speaking of magic, how are your flowers and garden growing?
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