Death Most Wicked by Suzi Albracht

Death Most Wicked is the third part of Ms. Albracht’s Devil’s Due Collection. It is, in fact, something of a prequel, outlining the involvement of Detective Mikhael Ruskoff’s involvement in the bizarre serial murders occurring in the Baltimore area. As an introduction to Ruskoff it is an excellent book. The detective emerges as a compassionate human being and a loving family man. In fact sometimes … Continue reading Death Most Wicked by Suzi Albracht

Worldwide Suicide Prevention Day: It’s Time to Recognize This Epidemic

September 10, 2015 is World Suicide Prevention Day. “World Suicide Prevention Day gives organizations, government agencies and individuals a chance to promote awareness about suicide, mental illnesses associated with suicide, as well as suicide prevention. Organizations such as the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) and World Health Organization (WHO) play a key role in promoting this event.” “Events and activities for World Suicide Prevention … Continue reading Worldwide Suicide Prevention Day: It’s Time to Recognize This Epidemic

Kissing Cassie by L.T. Kelly

Kissing Cassie A new book by author L.T. Kelly BIO L.T. Kelly lives in rural Lincolnshire with her husband, two children, and a mentally unstable Cockapoo named Mylo. She enjoyed a successful eleven-year career in the Royal Air Force which put plenty of stories in her writing cap. L.T. now divides her time between writing, being a wife, mother and an Emergency Medical Dispatcher for … Continue reading Kissing Cassie by L.T. Kelly

RIDDLE by E. H. Newton – my review Re-blogged from Anita’s Haven

Thanks so much to Anita’s Haven for this wonderful review of my latest book, “Riddle”. Please take time to check out her site as well as the review. Anita Kovacevic is an accomplished author herself. Riddle on Facebook Riddle on Amazon Book Trailer Anita Kovacevic on Amazon Source: RIDDLE by E. H. Newton – my review Four things drew me to this book – the fabulous … Continue reading RIDDLE by E. H. Newton – my review Re-blogged from Anita’s Haven

911: The sad fate of heroes

Originally posted on Where the buck stops:
Neil Newton: Author of “The Railroad” on Amazon http://amzn.to/1IDMjwm http://bit.ly/1QYag3l http://amzn.to/1KxdZD6 A few years ago I read an article which discussed the growing numbers 911 first responders who had developed a variety of diseases, many of them fatal. Not surprisingly, that article and several others emphasized the evasive nature of the city’s response to the growing plague. Now,… Continue reading 911: The sad fate of heroes

“Tales of the Fifth Guardian; Book One: The Beginning” by C. M. Johnson

About the Author BIO C.M. Johnson is a former teacher who lives with her husband in Tampa, Florida. As of the fall of 2013 she left education to pursue a degree in business while continuing her work on the Tales of the Fifth Guardian series. Ms. Johnson has always been interested in mythology and the paranormal. Her Tales of the Fifth Guardian series brings those … Continue reading “Tales of the Fifth Guardian; Book One: The Beginning” by C. M. Johnson

Dream Girl: Love On Reality TV by Alexis Alvarez

I received an ARC copy of this book for a fair and unbiased review. That being said my favorite genres are romantic thrillers. However this book caught my attention almost immediately. It is a sweet, sexy, and very funny romance. In many ways it pokes fun at the reality television shows that are so popular these days. The characters are well developed and quite believable. … Continue reading Dream Girl: Love On Reality TV by Alexis Alvarez

Riddle by Elizabeth N. Newton- A Review by Jessica Wren

Originally posted on The Minter Book Reviews:
Genre: Romance Thriller Overall Rating: 4 stars Editing and Proofreading: 3/5 Linguistics and Stylistics: 4/5 Plot Development: 4/5 Plot Pacing: 4/5 Character Development: 6/5 Rating: 18+ for profanity, violence, and sexual situations If you interview every inmate in any given prison, I would estimate that nine out of ten would tell you they were innocent, they were framed,… Continue reading Riddle by Elizabeth N. Newton- A Review by Jessica Wren

FINE REVIEW: “The Railroad” by Neil Newton ~ Courageous Book Steeped with Gravitas

Originally posted on Mark Fine | Ruminations:
The Railroad by Neil Newton My rating: 5 of 5 stars There are times it takes great courage to write, especially when the events are personal—a major human-made catastrophe. Add to it a fictional focus is on the bleaker side of the human condition, and you have a book steeped with gravitas. This certainly is the case in author,… Continue reading FINE REVIEW: “The Railroad” by Neil Newton ~ Courageous Book Steeped with Gravitas

Chasing the Ripper by Patricia Cornwell

Buy Here Once again Patricia Cornwell takes up the pen to discuss the case of Jack the Ripper. This is a single edition, only forty-seven pages long, in which she defends her assertion that William Sickert was Jack the Ripper. To her credit, while she does rehash some of her original research, she also adds some new information. Not content to leave well enough alone … Continue reading Chasing the Ripper by Patricia Cornwell