Book Review: Phyllo Cane and the Magical Menagerie, Sharn W. Hutton

Book Review: Phyllo Cane and the Magical Menagerie, Phyllo Cane Book 2, Sharn W. Hutton   Shared Reading: Phyllo Cane and the Magical Menagerie, Phyllo Cane Book 2, Sharn W. Hutton Blog Tour September 9, 2022   Phyllo Cane of the Cane family confectioners has demonstrated that he is NOT a very good confectioner. The circus ringmaster […]

Book Review: The Mensch, Leopold Borstinski

Book Review: The Mensch, Alex Cohen Book 7,  Leopold Borstinski   Historical Fiction: The Mensch, Alex Cohen Book 7,  Leopold Borstinski Blog Tour September 12, 2022   Alex Cohen is trying to retire. He has divested himself from most of his illegal businesses. He has moved to Florida where he is surrounded by family. He is trying […]

Book Review: The Pain Tourist, Paul Cleave

Book Review: The Pain Tourist, Paul Cleave Book Review: The Pain Tourist, Paul Cleave Blog Tour November 7, 2022   The phrase “pain tourist” is defined in this book as someone who finds personal satisfaction of some sort by visiting people or places associated with tragedies. Not surprising that The Pain Tourist explores this idea […]

Book Review: The Tin Man, Brian W. Caves

Book Review: The Tin Man, Simeon Cain PI Mystery Book 1, Brian W. Caves   Mystery: The Tin Man, Simeon Cain PI Mystery Book 1, Brian W. Caves Blog Tour September 14, 2022   Simeon Cain gets a call from his secretary, telling him to come into the office. A potential customer is waiting for him. She […]

Book Review: Redspace Rising, Brian Trent

Book Review: Redspace Rising, Brian Trent   Science Fiction: Redspace Rising, Brian Trent Blog Tour September 21, 2022   Harris Alexander Pope died, then everything started changing. Pope was a Partisan, a member of the army for the government of Mars, an elite and modified soldier who was skilled in infiltration and assassination. Up to […]

Book Review: Counterpoint, Michelle Cook

Book Review: Counterpoint, Michelle Cook   Dystopian: Counterpoint, Michelle Cook Blog Tour October 31, 2022   In her previous book, Tipping Point, Michelle Cook brings us to a near-future world that has been brutalized by huge changes in the climate, destroying countries and governments, leaving England in the hands of a barely democratic cabal of […]

Book Review: The Dark Alchemist, Rhys A. Jones

Book Review: The Dark Alchemist,The Wonderworking Series Book 1,  Rhys A. Jones   Young Adult: The Dark Alchemist,The Wonderworking Series Book 1,  Rhys A. Jones Blog Tour September 30, 2022   Oscar Chambers lives in a very different version of 2020 England than ours. The major wars of the 20th Century had very different outcomes, […]

Book Review: The Bleeding, Johana Gustawsson

Book Review: The Bleeding, Johana Gustawsson, translated by David Warriner   Mystery/Horror: The Bleeding, Johana Gustawsson, translated by David Warriner Blog Tour September 23, 2022   I was a teenager when Mount St. Helens erupted. For months prior, scientists had warned that the volcano was returning to life. A swelling bulge showed where lava was […]