Review of Relative Malice by Marla Madison

Detective Kendall (Kenny) Halsrud has her hands full. She’s still recuperating from being shot, she’s practically homeless, her partner is unexpectedly hospitalized, and she’s investigating a gruesome home invasion/multiple murder/baby kidnapping case. Along the way, Kendall joins forces with one… Read more

Review of Skeletal by Katherine Hayton

Skeletal begins with the discovery a dead body and then progresses through the tragic life of a New Zealand teen, Daina Harrow. Most of the story is told from Daina’s post mortem POV – although the author threw in the… Read more