Deadly Evidence is the first book in Elizabeth Goddard‘s Mount Shasta Secrets series. I ended up reading the second book, Covert Cover-Up, first, so I technically read them out of order, but it didn’t matter in this case. Deadly Evidence was still just as entertaining. Plus, I don’t think reading the second book before the first gave away any spoilers. That said, if you have the chance, I always recommend reading a series in order.
A Soldier’s Lady is a collection of four historical novellas about four different women who found true love with a solider.
Reading A Portrait of Loyalty by Roseanna M. White felt like the ending of an era. It’s the third book in The Codebreakers series, but the series built off of the previous series, Shadows of England, and even touched on a character or two from the previous series Ladies of the Manor. It was a fitting and beautiful culmination to this group of books.
The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus by Jaime Jo Wright is a split-time novel centered around the wintering grounds of the Bonaventure Circus. It follows Pippa Ripley, adopted daughter of the original owner of the Bonaventure Circus, as she seeks find the mysterious “Watchman” in 1928 and, in current day, Chandler Faulk, who wants to save the deserted circus train depot while navigating the struggles of being a single mom with newly diagnosed disease.
Covert Cover-Up is book two in Elizabeth Goddard‘s Love Inspired Suspense miniseries Mount Shasta Secrets. Ex-cop-turned-private-investigator, Katelyn Bradley, only wants to check on her neighbor. It seems his house is being burglarized and the perpetrator could still be inside. But that one good deed might cost her life.