Review of A Month of Bedtime Stories by Neil McFarlane

Australian storyteller, Neil McFarlane, has assembled a month’s worth of adventure stories in one unique children’s book. Far from the ordinary storybook, A Month of Bedtime Stories addresses the individual child so they can quickly imagine themselves as the main… 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 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 Twelve Sharp by Janet Evanovich

Twelve Sharp is the twelfth book in Janet Evanovich’s  hilarious Stephanie Plum Series. I found this book to be a compelling mystery, hysterically funny, and one of my favorites so far in the series. I must admit though, when I… 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 Charlotte’s Restrained by Celia Kennedy

Charlotte is an attractive twenty-something, with a promising career and several glamorous, wealthy friends of various nationalities. She’s had a crush on Hollywood heartthrob, Des Bannerman, for some time before a “chance” encounter at a French casino brings the two… Read more

Review of Ten Big Ones by Janet Evanovich

This is the tenth book in Janet Evanovich’s hysterical Stephanie Plum Series. It follows in the same footsteps as its predecessors. It’s a laugh-out-loud, very funny mystery that is ridiculously unrealistic, sometimes silly, but always thoroughly enjoyable.  Ditzy NJ bounty hunter Stephanie Plum… Read more

Interview With Kevin Brennan Author of Yesterday Road

Today’s interview is courtesy of Kevin Brennan, author of Parts Unknown, Our Children Are Not Our Children, and most recently, Yesterday Road. In your own words, please tell us about your latest book: My most recent book, Yesterday Road, is… Read more

Review of To The Nines by Janet Evanovich

To The Nines is a funny book, and part of Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum series. Even though this is the ninth book in her series, it can be read as a standalone. Each of her mysteries builds upon the previous… Read more