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Book Review: ‘Art In The Blood, A Sherlock Holmes Adventure,’ by Bonnie Macbird


In "Art in the Blood, A Sherlock Holmes Adventure" Bonnie Macbird has given us back the Sherlock Holmes of old, one whose flaws are a constant battle who yet maintains a sense of panache that creates trust in those who rely on him. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Whistling Women’ by Kelly Romo


In Kelly Romo's novel, we are introduced to the lengths that people will go to when in trouble or need. Read More »

Book Review: ‘When the Devil’s Idle, A Greek Islands Mystery’ by Leta Serafim


In Leta Serafim's new Greek historical mystery, police find multiple reasons for murder in the dark past of their victim. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The God’s Eye View,’ A Political Conspiracy Thriller by Barry Eisler


A conspiracy of sinister and dangerous proportions will keep you riveted when reading "The God’s Eye View" by Barry Eisler. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Women Crime Writers, Eight Suspense Novels Of The 1940s & 50s’ edited by Sarah Weinman


Books on crime often dominate the market. The Library of America has released a collectable set of works by women crime writers from the 1940s & 50s. Edited by Sarah Weinman, these eight suspense novels showcase the talent of the women authors what wrote them. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The 3RD Woman,’ A Political Thriller by Jonathan Freedland


In 'The 3RD Woman,' Freedland takes us on a chilling ride that creates many of the challenges and dangers that we often worry about. He takes a harrowing possibility and makes it fact, then drags in the dangers of collusion and hidden agendas. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Fraternity of the Soul Eater,’ A Samuel Roberts Thriller by Scott A. Lerner


Lerner gives us characters that are full of fun, bluster and charm, yet have that energy that you feel is trustworthy. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Second Life,’ A Novel of Murder and Secrets by S.J. Watson


Watson takes us on a strange and perilous journey into darkness, secrets and murder in a way that creates creepy vibes that make you uncomfortable. J Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Sporting Murder’ – An Eve Appel Mystery by Lesley A. Diehl

A sporting murder

If you enjoy mystery, romance and a little bit of crazy you will enjoy "A Sporting Murder." Eve Appel is a great character and her relationships keep the fun and mystery rolling in unexpected directions. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Silent Creed,’ A Ryder Creed Novel by Alex Kava


With 'Silent Creed' Alex Kava takes us into hidden agendas and possible terror circles as she moves the pawns in the game of life as she sees it. Read More »