This Old House | The Reader’s Shelf, June 15, 2016

When you pass an abandoned mansion, are you immediately transported back to a time when people were elegant and skeletons were hidden in every closet? Here are seven books that feature those fascinating edifices, with an atmospheric feel and parallel narratives that switch between time lines.

Audiobooks from Childress, Harrison, Henion, Mystery Writers, Moyes, Palmer, Stewart | Xpress Reviews

Social consciousness, government conspiracy, for fans of Elizabeth Gilbert, new short stories set in various New York City locations, Moyes’s update on Louisa, the truth about Santa Claus, the first female deputy sheriff, Willig’s historical stand-alone

Finding Closure: The End of a Series | In the Bookroom

It was with excitement and some dismay that I read the final installments of a pair of long-running historical series: Willig’s Pink Carnation and Long’s Pennyroyal Green

Hot Reads from Franzen, Hornby, Willig, plus Stories from Dovey & More | Fiction Reviews, July 2015

Demand will be high for Franzen’s latest; a snappy, heartwarming comedy from Hornby; Willig’s final “Pink Carnation” offers a slice of reading heaven; Pintoff’s Hostage Taker is hailed as one of the year’s best thrillers.

Audiobooks from Andrews, Barclay, Ewan, & Willig | Xpress Reviews

Urban fantasy from husband-and-wife team Andrews, a mess from Barclay, a mystery/thriller from Ewan, and a spy-filled historical romance from Willig

Star-Crossed Fiction from Brunt, Chávez, French, Kingsbury, & Willig | Xpress Reviews

Politics warts and all, Chicano literature from Chávez, French is back with the Dublin Murder Squad, Kingsbury’s angels are at it again, Willig inches closer to her final Pink title