#ArmchairBookExpo 2017: Day 4: Bibliophile Banter – ISO Books

I am a pretty eclectic reader. I have a few things, in general I look for but read a number of genres. I really enjoy Fantasy, Sweet Romance, Cozy Mystery, Christian Fiction and Historical novels in these genres.

Any recommendations are more than welcome. Keeping in mind my tastes mentioned here.

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  1. Two historical fiction mysteries: Sherry Thomas’ The Study of Scarlet Women is a Sherlock Holmes reworking and Deanna Raybourn’s A Curious Beginning both feature female sleuths in Victorian England.

    1. Thank you, Chrissy. I’ll have to look them up. I am so excited my TBR list is going to grow like crazy LOL. I just hope I can find these on Kindle or in my Library because otherwise, I’ll have to start purging the bookshelves even more. I still have about a dozen boxes of books in the garage and no place for more bookcases. The two I have are 6-foot tall book cases, with five shelves and double rows of books on every shelf.
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