Book Review: A Flash of Red, Sarah K. Stephens

Book Review: A Flash of Red, Sarah K. Stephens   Mystery: A Flash of Red, Sarah K. Stephens   Psychology professor Anna Kline has secrets. Her mother is institutionalized permanently with a mental illness that is virtually unresponsive to treatment. Anna is beginning to wonder whether she is experiencing the beginning stages of a similar […]

Blog Tour: The Black Fox, Gordon Bickerstaff

Book Review: The Black Fox, A Lambeth Group Thriller Book 3, Gordon Bickerstaff Thriller: The Black Fox, A Lambeth Group Thriller Book 3, Gordon Bickerstaff Blog Tour April 12, 2021   Zoe Tampsin is smart and deadly. A former special forces officer, she now works for the Lambeth Group, a secret British government agency. She excels in […]

Blog Tour: Repentance, Eloisa Diaz

Book Review: Repentance, Eloisa Diaz Mystery: Repentance, Eloisa Diaz Blog Tour April 7, 2021   Argentina has had a troubled history. Dictatorships, military coups, an ill-fated war with Great Britain, hyper-inflation, all have shaped a country with tremendous beauty and a vibrant culture. No people can live through so many difficult periods in history without […]

Book Review: Calculated Risks, Seanan McGuire

Book Review: Calculated Risks, InCryptid Book 10, Seanan McGuire   Fantasy: Calculated Risks, InCryptid Book 10, Seanan McGuire   There are a number of obscure and overlooked holidays in America and the rest of the world. Somehow on January 13 I failed to properly observe National Rubber Ducky Day. I am writing this review on Dr. Seuss […]

Blog Tour: A Beautiful Breed of Evil, Andy Maslen

Book Review: A Beautiful Breed of Evil, DI Stella Cole Book 5, Andy Maslen   Thriller: A Beautiful Breed of Evil, DI Stella Cole Book 5, Andy Maslen Blog Tour March 29, 2021   DI Stella Cole finds herself in an usual state: contentment. Her relationship with her boyfriend is nearing the point where the “L” word […]

Blog Tour: Secret Places, Heather Peck

Book Review: Secret Places, Heather Peck   Mystery: Secret Places, Heather Peck Blog Tour March 26, 2021   Certain genres seem to lend themselves to a formulaic approach. Mysteries and police procedurals have their tropes: the grizzled investigator who has terrible relationships, the hardened criminal who is clearly guilty but hoping to magically escape judgment, […]