Sunday, October 20, 2019

Mini Reviews: Small Spaces, and A Cup of Holiday Fear

I received ARCs of these books from the publishers in exchange for honest reviews. This did not affect my opinions of the books or my reviews itself.

I'm definitely a fan of the Ellie Alexander Bakeshop Mysteries, and this was another great entry. Jules Capshaw is once again a strong and likable protagonist surrounded by a unique cast of characters. This time, she must tackle a murder that threatens to disrupt a beautiful small town Christmas and all its traditions. 

Small Spaces

This is a well-done creepy read that is age-appropriate for middle school readers, but still enjoyable for adults as well. It features three students who only peripherally know each other, but must band together when they find themselves in an unexpected spooky situation on what should have been a typical school field trip. There are a lot of good scares, and the characters are ones you definitely root for.