I'm almost caught up on my reviews! A visit to the library yesterday, however, will make sure that by the time I've finished reviewing the last batch of books, I'll have more to review.
One of the features of Amazon.com that I enjoy is "Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought" -- great place to discover new authors similar to the one you've read. I've just finished jotting down a couple of new-to-me authors.
Novels by Edmund Crispin (from the lovely, lovely Felony and Mayhem Press) were listed under the "Customers Who Bought" feature. Crispin (pseudonym of Bruce Montgomery) wrote The Gilded Fly in 1944, and his Professor Gervase Fen, "scholar, wit, and fop extraordinaire," is influenced by Lord Peter Wimsey. Sounds great to me!
The Broken Tea Glass by Emily Arsenault also sounds good. I do love good mysteries!
As soon as I finish reviewing I Can See You by Karen Rose, The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley, and A Reliable Wife by Robert Goolrick, I'll be caught up on my reviews.