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Review: Cast The First Stone

Book Title: Cast The First Stone Author: James W. Ziskin REVIEWED BY: CHELSEA Series: Ellie Stone #5 Genres: Historical Fiction, Mystery, Detective Goodreads Date Read: 06/02/17 Pub Date: 06/06/17 5 STARS February 1962: Tony Eberle has just scored his first role in a Hollywood movie, and the publisher of his hometown newspaper in upstate New… Continue reading Review: Cast The First Stone

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James W. Ziskin Q&A

When I first came across the Ellie Stone series, I knew it would be a bit of a different read for me. I don't typically read Historical Fiction in the form of mysteries, but I experienced some form of enchantment that I haven't found elsewhere, which leads me to believe that this special combination of… Continue reading James W. Ziskin Q&A

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Review: Heart of Stone

Book Title: Heart of Stone Author: James W. Ziskin Series: Ellie Stone #4 Genres: Historical Fiction, Mystery, Amateur Sleuth, Crime Fiction, Detective Goodreads Date Read: 08/17/16 Pub Date: 06/07/16 5 STARS In the waning days of a lazy August holiday, Ellie Stone is enjoying a bright Adirondack-lake morning. Nearby, two men plummet to their deaths… Continue reading Review: Heart of Stone

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Review: No Stone Unturned

Book Title: No Stone Unturned Author: James W. Ziskin Series: Ellie Stone #2 Genres: Mystery, Suspense, Historical Fiction, Amateur Sleuth Goodreads Date Read: 06/28/16 Pub Date: 06/10/14 5 STARS A dead girl in the woods. Three little oil spots on the dirt road. A Dr. Pepper bottle cap in the shallow grave. And a young… Continue reading Review: No Stone Unturned

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Review: Styx & Stone

Book Title: Styx & Stone Author: James W. Ziskin Series: Ellie Stone Mystery #1 Genres: Mystery, Historical Fiction-1960's, Amateur Sleuth Goodreads Date Read: 06/23/16 Pub Date: 10/15/13 4 STARS "If you were a man, you'd make a good detective." Ellie Stone is sure that Sgt. McKeever meant that as a compliment, but that identity-a girl… Continue reading Review: Styx & Stone