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? Buy Here When is a bad guy not really a bad guy? When he is Phoenix in Ted Tayler’s exciting book “The Olympus Project”. Tayler wastes no time in getting the action started in this high tech, guns blazing story of Colin Bailey. When I picked this book I didn’t realize Colin Bailey had made his initial appearance… Continue reading “The Olympus Project” by Ted Tayler
I read this book on the recommendation of a friend. When I first started I’ve Loved These Days by Bethany Turner I was a little skeptical. The book begins with a letter to Jacqueline Onassis. That was enough to grab my attention. The following pages are notes from Dr. Alec Redmond. Dr. Redmond is the psychiatrist who is treating Abigail Phelps, the strange protagonist of … Continue reading I’ve Loved These Days: Abigail Phelps, Book One by Bethany Turner
I’ve been fascinated by Jack the Ripper since, as a child, I first heard of him. For me he was the ultimate boogey man. As an adult my interest in the mysterious killer, who strolled the streets of Whitechapel in London, continues. In Behind the Doors, Brian L. Porter touches on the Ripper’s crimes. The story, however, is about a much smaller series of murders … Continue reading Behind Closed Doors by Brian L. Porter
I have quite a few movies I consider my favorites; “To Kill a Mockingbird”, “The Untouchables”, “JFK”, “Legends of the Fall”, “Tombstone”, “A River Runs Through It”,and “Last of the Mohicans”, to name a few. High on the list is Francis Ford Coppola’s take on “Bram Stoker’s Dracula”. Far from being a horror movie this has always struck me as a tragic love story. I … Continue reading “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” a Francis Ford Coppola Film
From the first chapter in Moon Over Alcatraz by Patricia Yager Delagrange it’s obvious this romance will take the reader on a roller coaster of emotions. What isn’t evident is the complexity of the story yet to come . With the still birth of their first baby Brandy and Weston Chambers lives are forever changed. Following Brandy’s heart wrenching loss as she tries … Continue reading “Moon Over Alcatraz” by Patricia Yager Delagrange
Exciting news! Between the Beats has been nominated by I Love Romance Blog for the Liebster Award. Thanks so much Marie Lavender! Be sure to check out her blog! https://iloveromanceblog.wordpress.com/ Here are the rules. Post the award on your blog Thank the blogger who gave you this award and link back to their blog. Answer 11 questions given by your presenter Nominate 11 bloggers who you feel deserve this award. My Answers If money wasn’t an option, where in the world would you visit? Egypt and Israel Describe yourself using three words.Intelligent, Original, Fiery As a child, how … Continue reading The Liebster Award!
Gaunt Thibideaux was a man of habits. And you know what they say. “Old Habits” die hard. “Gaunt Thibideaux was a man of habits. Some people in the town of Burkesville said he was set in his ways. That’s the way folks talked in Burkesville. In the summer Gaunt would mow his yard three times a week, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, whether it needed it … Continue reading Teaser Tuesday: “Old Habits” Elizabeth Horton-Newton
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Neil Newton: Blogger and author of the novel “The Railroad” on Amazon.com http://on.fb.me/1GN91jd http://on.fb.me/1M7twZd This story is part of an international collection of short stories with the appropriate title “Twisted Tails”. I approached this story with some apprehension, not being a fan of horror. I was pleasantly surprised. One of the very strong aspects of the story that makes it… Continue reading Review of “Old Habits” By Elizabeth Horton Newton.
Let me say up front this is the fourth installment in the Jarvis Mann series by R. Weir and the first I have read. I love a good detective book and my major requirements are a good plot and lots of action. Blood Brothers does deliver in those areas. Beginning with Private Investigator Jarvis Mann pursuing a fleeing criminal fifteen years younger than he is, … Continue reading Blood Brothers: A Jarvis Mann Detective Novel by R. Weir
Although this is the second book in the Shig Sato series, it reads well as a stand- alone. That being said, Joseph Mark Brewer has created a lovable Columbo type character in Shig Sato. In The Thief’s Mistake Sato teams up with his friend Ken Abe to start a private detective agency. At first Sato seems hesitant to jump into his new career. But a … Continue reading The Thief’s Mistake (A Shig Sato Mystery Book 2) by Joseph Mark Brewer