Review of Hunters in the Dark by Lawrence Osborne

Robert Grieve is a twenty-eight-year-old teacher from a small English town who saves up enough money to travel during his summer breaks. Robert is clearly dissatisfied with his life. He’s bored and restless and wishes he had the nerve to… Read more

Review of Bad Moon Rising by S. D. Curran

Who doesn’t think their family is a little dysfunctional? Many of us do. Robert Fulton is a nineteen year old college freshman who’s agonizing about whether or not to go home to spend yet another unbearable holiday with his drunken,… Read more

Review of Finding Family by Giacomo Giammattoe

Finding Family is another masterfully crafted story by Giacomo Giammattoe. This novella is a prequel to the series Blood Flows South, but I would  suggest reading, A Bullet For Carlos first. The reason I say that is because, in A Bullet For Carlos, Giacomo Giammattoe introduces Dominic Mangini… Read more

Marina in a Green Dress by Alan Davidson

Synopsis: New to London, Jessica Tye is alarmingly obsessed with MARINA, a lush West End stage musical. With its storyline, its music — and its sensational boy lead singer, Kennedy Orr, who won a TV talent show to land the… Read more