I don’t do as many book reviews as I could considering that I hit my reading goal of 104 books back in September and that didn’t count two or three beta reads I did for author friends. I’m just a reading machine, particularly this year. I do use affiliate links when I link to books and I have done so in this post.

As I head back to the library more regularly and can just browse the shelves instead of having to put books on hold, I browsed and found a copy of Donna Andrews’ latest, Murder Most Fowl. The series is crazy and silly with a cast of characters that puts Janet Evanovich to shame. Evanovich is edgier. Andrews is all cozy with the crew of misfits all family doing their own thing. If there’s a theme to her work, it’s about accepting people for who they are.

I enjoyed it so much I realized I’d missed a bunch of the series of the years and I now have a pile of six of her other books to read. And I’m looking forward to them. Thanksgiving is a family time and this light and easy mystery series is all about family so it’s perfect for holiday reading.

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