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

The Haunting of Derek Stone by Tony Abbott Book Review

The Haunting Of Derek Stone: City Of The Dead And Bayou Dogs by Tony Abbott My rating: 5 of 5 stars Fourteen-year-old Derek Stone lives in historic New Orleans with his father and brother Ronny. When a family outing turns… Read more

Free To Kill by Julie Mellon Book Review

Free to Kill by Julie Mellon My rating: 5 of 5 stars FBI Agent Katie Freeman is recently reassigned from Louisiana to Tennessee when she’s immediately tasked with investigating the horrific death of a local woman. Katie and her hunky… 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 Beautiful Animals by Lawrence Osborne

Boy, did I have a difficult time with this book. I tried, but I just couldn’t finish. I got about 1/3 of the way thru and finally gave up. I didn’t like any of the book’s characters enough to care… Read more

Review of A Recipe for Disaster by Jennifer L. Jennings

Private detective Sarah Woods is asked by her old friend, Lois, to check up on the suspicious behavior of Lois’s roommate Claire. Lois is alarmed when she “stumbles” across a bag full of cash in Claire’s room. Sarah and her… Read more

Review of Stone and Spark by Sibella Giorello

Raleigh Harmon is a fifteen-year-old high schooler who doesn’t have friends – except for her best friend, Drew Levinson. The two girls bonded a few years back because they share the same brainy intelligence and similar family issues. When Drew… 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 The Babbling Brook Naked Poker Club by Ann Warner

Josephine Bartlett is Brookside’s resident curmudgeon and she’s happy to keep it that way. Sent to live in the assisted living home by her controlling son Jeff, Josephine doesn’t want anyone to know about her expensive belongings, funded by her… Read more