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Book Review: ‘A Winsome Murder’ by James DeVita


'A Winsome Murder' is the remarkable debut adult thriller from actor/director/playwright (and acclaimed YA fiction writer) James DeVita. In lean yet masterful prose, it tells a richly imagined tale of a series of brutal and seemingly random murders by a cryptic killer — and the detective, James Mangan, and his partner, Frank “Coose” Cusumano, who have to stop him. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Good Know Nothing’ by Ken Kuhlken


When he is on his game, Kuhlken’s story telling carries the day. Read More »

Book Review: ‘In the Morning I’ll Be Gone’ by Adrian McKinty

Adrian McKinty

An outstanding crime novel set in Northern Ireland during the Troubles. Read More »

Books Review: ‘A Grave Talent,’ ‘To Play the Fool’ and ‘With Child’ by Laurie King

wih child

Picador has reissued the first three Kate Martinelli mysteries. It's well worth picking them up. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Leave Tomorrow Behind’ by Judy Clemens

Leave Tomorrow Behind

Stella Crown in back to deal with a beauty pageant, a wedding and a murder. Read More »

Interview with Sebastian Jones, Co-Author of ‘I Am Mixed’


"It was our own children and our own experiences that inspired us." Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Right Side of Wrong’ by Reavis Z. Wortham


Historical thriller provides a picture of small town Texas life in the Sixties. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Hour Of The Rat’ by Lisa Brackmann

hour of the rat

Iraq War vet Ellie McEnroe gets entangled in a conspiracy that may or may not involve a sinister biotech company, eco-terrorists and an art-obsessed Chinese billionaire. Read More »

Book Review: Luther: The Calling by Neil Cross

TV's Luther makes makes his fiction debut in a taut thriller. Read More »

Book Review: Twisted Wing by Ruth Newman

A gripping and creepy novel - keep the lights on! Read More »