Review of The Vagabond Vicar by Charlotte Brentwood

William Brook is an ambitious, young clergyman seeking an adventurous life of helping people find their way around the world. Unfortunately, he is assigned a living in a small village where everyone knows everyone’s business, and the mothers are hungry… Read more

Review of Simon’s Splinter by James Fant

A lot of women want to meet and marry the man of their dreams. Aisha Elian is not one of those women – the man she wants to marry is far from the man of her dreams. Aisha met Graham… Read more

Review of Workman’s Complication by Rich Leder

Workman’s Complication is a must read murder mystery! From the first word to the last I was truly entertained! I immediately fell in love with the main character, Kate McCall. Kate dedicated herself to acting when she was just in the… Read more

Review of Acheron by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Acheron  is the fourteenth  book in Sherrilyn Kenyon’s exciting  paranormal Dark-Hunter World Series.  Eleven thousand years ago, Greek Goddess Apollymi, took a knife to her body in an effort to save her son. The Fates had declared that her unborn child,… Read more

Review of Otto Black by Alexandru Parvu

Otto Black: Through Old Lies and New Intrigue introduces readers to the heroic Otto Black, the illegitimate son of the Duke of Roux who resides in the fantasy land of Latikon. This epic story outlines Otto’s trials and tribulations as he… Read more

Review of Open Season by Linda Howard

Open Season by Linda Howard is a funny, romantic mystery about a librarian who, on her thirty-fourth birthday, decided that her life needed a drastic change. She was no longer content living a sheltered and lonely existence. Daisy Minor knew… Read more

Review of Dance with the Enemy by Rob Sinclair

Dance with the Enemy, by Rob Sinclair, piqued my interest just by the title alone. This is a smashing thriller! I could not put it down from the first word until the last. This book is an unpredictable story with… Read more

Review of Evidence of Insanity by Carol Piner

Derrick Jensen once said, “Writing is really very easy. Tap a vein and bleed onto the page.” Carol Piner has taken this concept and run with it in her memoir, “Evidence of Insanity”. Right from the beginning of the book,… Read more

Review of The Yankee Club by Michael Murphy

It’s 1933 and a national catastrophe is about to go down in Queens, NY.  A famous mystery writer, Jake Donovan, who was traveling from Florida to seek inspiration for his new novel, suddenly found himself in the midst of a… Read more