Author Robert Germaux Releases New Detective Novel, In the Eye

Multi-genre author, Robert Germaux, has issued the second installment of his Jeremy Barnes detective series. “In the Eye” is the follow-up to Germaux’s 2016 novel “Hard Court”.   In the Eye centers around the gripping, fast-paced case of missing woman,… Read more

Review of Cooking Spirits by Joanne Pence

Fabulous cook, Angie Amalfi, has a lot on her plate – pun intended. She’s trying to plan her wedding, dealing with jealous friends and bickering sisters, and in love with a house that may or may not be haunted. Good… Read more

Review of Maggie’s Way by Linda Bradley

Maggie Abernathy is a school teacher, who is recuperating from breast cancer. Maggie is content to relax during her summer vacation, but when seven-year-old Chloe and her dad John move in next door things take an interesting turn. I had… Read more

Review of Beginning Anna’s Legacy: Book One by Sheryl Fawcett

College senior Hayley Marshall has recently lost her beloved great aunt to cancer. When she’s mysteriously summoned to the office of a NYC lawyer, she’s stunned to learn she’s been included in her aunt’s will. The terms are non-negotiable and… Read more

Review of The Babbling Brook Naked Poker Club by Ann Warner

Josephine Bartlett is Brookside’s resident curmudgeon and she’s happy to keep it that way. Sent to live in the assisted living home by her controlling son Jeff, Josephine doesn’t want anyone to know about her expensive belongings, funded by her… Read more

Review of Dark Heart by Catherine Lee

When real estate agent Fraser Grant is found mysteriously murdered, no one initially suspects that he’s the notorious “Adultery Killer” serial murderer police have been looking for the past ten years. Grant’s organs are harvested at the request of his… Read more

Review of The Price of Fame by Carolyne Aarsen

Sisters Alice, Louise and Jane have lovingly transformed their childhood home into the Grace Chapel Inn Bed and Breakfast in the quaint little town of Acorn Hill. The sisters enjoy their peaceful, quiet lives, although Jane, the youngest of the… Read more

Review of Moon Signs by Helen Haught Fanick

Kathleen Williamson and Andrea Flynn are a couple of retired sisters who are on a mission to uncover a pair of lost Monets purchased by their grandparents decades ago. Their niece Maggie works in a ski lodge that used to… Read more

Review of The Dark Forest by David Brogdon

The Dark Forest is a medieval-style fantasy novel that follows the story of three Meadow Haven friends, Roki, Dax and Leena, who enjoy venturing into the nearby forest in search of adventure. As the trio of adventurers gain more experience… Read more

Future’s Edge Trilogy by Mort Herman Virtual Book Tour Stop

About the Book: Most people do not carry the fate of the world on their shoulders. Sam Greenhut does. By the year 2230, the world is no longer dependent on fossil fuels. All power is harnessed directly from the Earth’s… Read more