Book Review: How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multiverse, K. Eason

Book Review: How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multiverse, Book One of the Thorne Chronicles, K. Eason   Science Fiction: How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multiverse, Book One of the Thorne Chronicles, K. Eason   I have been told I have a dry sense of humor. I don’t know whether that’s necessary to appreciate How Rory Thorne Destroyed […]

Blog Tour: The Utrecht Murders, Jonathan Wilkins

Book Series Review: Utrecht Snow and Utrecht Rain, The Utrecht Murders, Jonathan Wilkins   Mystery: Utrecht Snow and Utrecht Rain, The Utrecht Murders, Jonathan Wilkins   Utrecht. One of Netherlands largest cities. Home of one of the world’s oldest universities. And if Jonathan Wilkins has his way, a hotbed for crime fiction with amazing characters and […]

Book Review: The Bowery Slugger, Leopold Borstinski

Book Review: The Bowery Slugger, Alex Cohen Book 1, Leopold Borstinski   Book Review: The Bowery Slugger, Alex Cohen Book 1, Leopold Borstinski   The Bowery Slugger starts with a reflection on the game of baseball. In very thoughtful and almost pastoral language, author Leopold Borstinski muses on the history and meaning of the game […]

Book Review: The Unexpected Inheritance of Inspector Chopra, Vaseem Khan

Book Review: The Unexpected Inheritance of Inspector Chopra, A Baby Ganesh Agency Investigation Book 1, Vaseem Khan   Mystery: The Unexpected Inheritance of Inspector Chopra, Vaseem Khan   Not all mysteries are the same. Some are grimly serious. Some are cozy. Some are humorous. Some are terribly frightening.   Then there is The Unexpected Inheritance of […]

Book Review: Death on a Dirty Afternoon, Colin Garrow

Book Review: Death on a Dirty Afternoon, A Terry Bell Mystery Book 1, Colin Garrow Mystery: Death on a Dirty Afternoon, A Terry Bell Mystery Book 1, Colin Garrow   One thing the ongoing pandemic has hopefully taught us is to see invisible people. While many of us stayed at home, grocery store employees and sanitation […]

Book Review: The Failsafe Query, Michael Jenkins

Book Review: The Failsafe Query, Failsafe Novel Book 1, Michael Jenkins Thriller: The Failsafe Query, Failsafe Novel Book 1, Michael Jenkins   Like many spy thrillers, The Failsafe Query starts with a seemingly small mission in the past. Unlike many of them, though, this mission is not set during the Cold War or other times fraught with East/West […]

Blog Tour: The Girl and the Stars, Mark Lawrence

Book Review: The Girl and the Stars, Mark Lawrence   Science Fiction: The Girl and the Stars, Mark Lawrence   Yaz is a girl of the ice and cold. Her people live in an eternal winter, where plants are virtually unknown and savage weather is the norm. It is all she has ever known. It is […]