Mother’s Day Murder (A Lucy Stone Mystery Series Book 15)

Mother’s Day Murder (A Lucy Stone Mystery Series Book 15)

Mothers Day Cozy Mystery

Lisa Everyday Reads

New York Times-Bestselling Author: A feud between two competitive moms may have turned fatal in the “engaging cozy series” set in small-town Maine (Publishers Weekly).

Two of her four kids may be out of the nest, but Lucy Stone knows only too well that mothering is a lifetime commitment. At least she gets to kick back and enjoy a fancy Mother’s Day brunch with her brood—that is, before the festivities are interrupted by a nasty scene courtesy of Barbara Hume and Tina Nowak.
Opposites in every way, these mean moms have only one thing in common: the need to best each other at every turn, using their teenage daughters as pawns in elaborate games of one-upmanship. But even after witnessing the women’s claw-sharpening rituals, Lucy never expects to see actual blood spilled—until Tina is shot dead on the public tennis court…

“As charming and enjoyable as ever.”—

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Bible journaling : Lydia

Bible journaling : Lydia

Sunday Bible Journaling : Women of the Bible in May ….Lydia

Lisa Everyday Crafts

Happy Mothers Day in the USA. And today’s women of the bible is Lydia.

“She was a worshiper of God. The Lord opened her heart to respond to Paul’s message.” 

Lydia in the Bible was originally from Thyatira but was living in Philippi when she met Paul on his second missionary journey. She was a seller of purple cloth, which Thyatira was famous for, being a center of indigo trade. Lydia apparently had moved to Philippi to ply her trade in that city. Archaeologists have found among the ruins of Thyatira inscriptions relating to a dyers’ guild in the city. It is possible that Lydia was a member of this guild, but there is no evidence from the Bible to prove that detail.

Lydia was also a worshiper of God (Acts 16:14), and, when Paul found her, she was honoring the Sabbath, which means she was likely a Jew. The account…

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Happy Mothers Day : Lemon Drizzle cake

Happy Mothers Day : Lemon Drizzle cake

Today is Mothers Day in USA. And my recipe is from Mary Berry which i made for My Mom on a passed Mothers Day. She and I shared a love of Lemon and watching British Bake off every Saturday morning. 1 1/8 cup sugar (225 grams) rind of 2 small or 1 large lemon, peeled with a [...]