Blog Tour: Facets of Death, Michael Stanley

Book Review: Facets of Death, Michael Stanley Mystery: Facets of Death, Detective Kubu Mysteries Book 7 (though chronologically this is a prequel to the series), Michael Stanley Blog Tour April 16, 2021   David “Kubu” Bengu is fresh from the university and excited to start his first job. He has been appointed as a detective in […]

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: Yearn to Fear, Chas Murrell

Book Review: Yearn to Fear, The Lamarr Series Book 1, Chas Murrell   Thriller: Yearn to Fear, The Lamarr Series Book 1, Chas Murrell Blog Tour March 15, 2021   An obscure Australian government agency, CSIRO, is working on a chip that could revolutionize cell phone technology. Although the team is competent enough, it was not pulled […]

Book Review: The Accused Coroner, Paul Austin Ardoin

Book Review: The Accused Coroner, Fenway Stevenson Book 7, Paul Austin Ardoin   Mystery: The Accused Coroner, Fenway Stevenson Book 7, Paul Austin Ardoin Publication Date March 11, 2021   Last week county coroner Fenway Stevenson learned her mother was not the person she thought she was. Living on the run for decades, she had changed her […]

Blog Tour: The Last Witch, Sabina Gabrielli Carrara

Book Review: The Last Witch, A Seacross Mystery, Sabina Gabrielli Carrara Mystery: The Last Witch, A Seacross Mystery, Sabina Gabrielli Carrara Blog Tour February 26, 2021   I don’t think I ever appreciated just how dangerous rural Ireland could be until recently, but after coincidentally reading several mysteries from Irish-based writers, I am beginning to have a […]