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A Connecticut Gumshoe in King Arthur’s Court by Randy McCharles

Ex cop turned private investigator, Sam Sparrow, gets whisked to ancient Camelot by the wizard Merlin for a series of comical adventures that rely heavily on classic noir detective stories. I love the premise of this book. The idea of a hardboiled detective noir story set in medieval times, especially a fantasy medieval world with… Continue reading A Connecticut Gumshoe in King Arthur’s Court by Randy McCharles

book review, fantasy, humor, Tyche books

The Witch’s Diary by Rebecca Brae

After some unwise drunken spell casting leaves initiate witch, Hester Digitalis Wishbone, without her magic, she finds herself in a desperate search for a job that can accommodate her unusual position and give her the necessary work experience to qualify as an Adept Witch. This book was such a joy to read. I loved all… Continue reading The Witch’s Diary by Rebecca Brae