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 Harbour Street by Ann Cleeves

  Seventy-year-old Margaret Krukowski is murdered on the Metro, shortly before the Christmas holiday. Detective Joe Ashworth and his daughter Jessie are on their way home in the same Metro car when the murder occurs. Detective Inspector Vera Stanhope welcomes… Read more

Review of A Grave Affair by Shelley Smith

Edmund Burke is both respected and hated. As a member of Britain’s House of Commons, Burke’s position can be a dangerous one. His every move is under scrutiny, so his infidelity must be kept secret. When Burke’s mistress is murdered,… Read more

Review of Murder Strikes Twice by Pendelton Wallace

Catrina Flaherty is a former cop and now successful private detective. When a distraught mother seeks Cat’s help in bringing her former son-in-law to justice for killing her daughter, Cat knows she has to help. Brody Barrette has gotten away… 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 Sense of Death by Matty Dalrymple

Ann Kinnear is a quiet, private person who “senses” spirits. She and her brother Mike have a spirit consulting business, but Ann prefers to stay out of the limelight. When Ann is asked to sense spirits for a client in… Read more

Review of The Girl Before by J. P. Delaney

This is the story of Emma and Jane…and a house. Emma is the girl before and Jane is the current occupant of One Folgate Street. Through alternating POV, we learn the tale of obsession, control and murder, while finding out… Read more

Review of The Rector by Michael Hicks Thompson

The Rector is the story of one tiny Mississippi town during the late 1950s. The town’s preacher has died of a sudden heart attack, and boarding house owner and newspaperwoman, Martha McRae, isn’t buying it. The preacher was far too… Read more

Review of Visiting Lilly by Toni Allen

When DI Jake Talbot learns there’s a complaint against a young man for simply attempting to visit an elderly nursing home resident, he’s intrigued. Why would Peter Charteris be so opposed to allowing Frankie Hayward to visit his elderly grandmother,… 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