Review of Blind Overlook by J. C. Simmons

Private investigator Jay Leicester (pronounced “Lester”) is a former airline pilot, wine enthusiast and an all around nice guy. Sandy Rinaldi hires Jay to find out what happened to her brother and art gallery partner Renato aka Nat. A botched… Read more

Review of Sempre by J. M. Darhower

Sempre is the first book in J.M. Darhower’s Forever Series. It is a well-crafted, emotionally charged thriller that kept me flipping the pages. Mafia families are at war; human trafficking is an organized crime competitive business, and slavery, unfortunately, is a… Read more

Review of Murder Has Consequences by Giacomo Giammatteo

Murder Has Consequences is the second book in Giacomo Giammatteo’s thriller crime series, Friendship and Honor.  It takes place on two fronts, Brooklyn, NY and Wilmington, Delaware.  The minute New York Detective Frankie “Bugs” Donovan  heard of his father’s death,  he headed… Read more

Review of A Bullet for Carlos by Giacomo Giammattoe

A Bullet for Carlos is a magnificent and brilliantly crafted crime novel. Giacomo Giammattoe paints the Italian mobster’s world so vividly and with such authentic detail I felt as if I was actually living in it. When I entered the home… Read more