With the coronavirus raging and the struggle to end police brutality turning into a flashback of the 1960s Civil Rights movement, it is refreshing to lose oneself in a well-written murder mystery. Tracy Clark’s What You Don’t See is the third book in her fabulous Cass Raines series. It does not disappoint. In What You … Read more Review: Tracy Clark’s WHAT YOU DON’T SEE
I am honored to have author K.D. Rose guest-blog today’s post, a review of John Freeman’s Arrival. This review first appeared in Word Riot Magazine.
I do a lot of bitching about indie authors who don’t bother to hire professionals to edit their books or design their covers. And for the most part, justly so. So it behooves me to offer praise when an indie author does it right. David Waid’s The Conjurers is an excellent example of a professionally … Read more Book Review: The Conjurers
In her book of the Amanda Lester series, Paula Berinstein provides young readers with an innovative re-imagining of the world of detectives and criminals. I don’t read a lot of middle-grade or young adult books, but I found this one intriguing. The story is set in a world where the famous literary characters like Sherlock … Read more Book Review: Amanda Lester and the Pink Sugar Conspiracy
Christa Faust pulls the reader into a gritty, no-holds-barred story set behind the scenes of the world of smut. Years after hanging up her g-string as an adult film actor, Angel Dare runs a talent agency protecting female porn stars from the rougher aspects of the business. But when she agrees to act in a … Read more Book Review: Money Shot by Christa Faust
I don’t read a lot of historical mysteries, but Mistress of Fortune by Holly West was recommended to you, so I decided to give it a shot. To put it bluntly, I lost literally some sleep because I couldn’t put it down. The story is set in London during the time of King Charles II, … Read more Book Review: Mistress of Fortune by Holly West
After her philandering husband gets turned into a vampire, Sara learns someone is trying to bring about the End of Days. The only way Sara can stop it and protect those she loves is by sacrificing her own life.
Irreparable Harm, the debut legal thriller from Melissa F. Miller, takes readers on quite a ride. Protagonist Sasha McCandless is an attorney defending her client Hemisphere Air against a class action lawsuit following a devastating crash. When Sasha learns that an experimental technology may have led to the crash, the creators of the tech go to extreme measures to cover their assets.
Suggested Reading: “A is for Alibi”