Scrapbooking Mysteries

As a young girl I used to devour mystery books. I loved spending time reading Nancy Drew and The Three Investigators books. Laura Child’s Scrapbooking Mysteries are sort of like my grown-up version of the books I loved as a youth. Her mysteries are engaging and interesting and they keep you guessing.

I love how the author includes her love of scrapbooking and altered crafts into the storyline. It is fun to read the scrapbooking tips and ideas that often become an important part of the plot line. I also love that she includes recipes for the food she mentions within the novel. I have even made a few of them and have each been delicious!

I have read most of her scrapbooking mysteries and I plan to get caught up on the rest of them this summer. The nice thing is that even though the books are part of a series all about the same character, you don’t have to read them in order for them to make sense. I especially enjoy the backdrop of New Orleans for the stories. 

 If you are looking for a relaxing read, I totally recommend Laura Childs scrapbooking mysteries.

I love mysteries and I especially like Laura Childs’ books because she keeps them interesting, just a bit scary, but not gruesome. They are just right for me.

If you are looking for a relaxing read, I totally recommend Laura Childs scrapbooking mysteries.