Saving Frankie: Adventures of a Rescued Barn Cat by Bobbi Phelps

  Attracted by the description of “Saving Frankie: Adventures of a Rescued Barn Cat” and because I am a lifelong cat lover, I borrowed this book thinking I would share it with my granddaughter who loves all critters. The holidays came along, and I got busy then I found the book on my shelf and decided it was time to read it.   I fell … Continue reading Saving Frankie: Adventures of a Rescued Barn Cat by Bobbi Phelps

A Cove Creek Christmas: Love at the Lighthouse (Smoky Mountain Magic of Christmas Book 1) by Cyn Taylor

  I was attracted to “A Cove Creek Christmas”  by Cyn Taylor because I live in the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee, and I love lighthouses. I was not disappointed. This romance has just enough mystery to spark my imagination, and the characters remind me of people I know.   The central character, Chloe Coleman, has experienced terrible tragedies in her life. These caused her … Continue reading A Cove Creek Christmas: Love at the Lighthouse (Smoky Mountain Magic of Christmas Book 1) by Cyn Taylor

A Flash of Horror by Karina Kantas

Just in time for Halloween author Karina Kantas has a new book, a collection of short stories that will get you shaking right through All Hallows Eve. Blurb A flash of horror is a collection of short and flash fiction in the horror genre taken from Karina Kantas’s two collections, Heads & Tales & Undressed. 12 chilling and though-provoking tales that will stay with you … Continue reading A Flash of Horror by Karina Kantas

Murder on Bedford Island: Alex Trotter Mystery #1 Cheryl Peyton

While looking for an easy to read mystery, I came across the Alex Trotter series by Cheryl Peyton. Attracted by the main character’s career as a tour operator I chose the first book in the series, Murder on Bedford Island. I found the idea of a group of strangers vacationing at an old inn on an island with no cell phones appealing. There’s the flavor … Continue reading Murder on Bedford Island: Alex Trotter Mystery #1 Cheryl Peyton

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New Paranormal Release from Karen J. Mossman

Having read several books by Karen J. Mossman, I often look for new books she has released when searching for something to read. When I discovered her latest book featured the character Cassidy Newbold I was thrilled. I’d read a previous Mossman book with this vibrant psychic. I’m adding The Adventures of Cassidy Newbold to my Kindle and can’t wait to see what the gifted young … Continue reading New Paranormal Release from Karen J. Mossman

“Beer, Women, and the Written Word” By Adam C. Mitchell

Author Adam C. Mitchell is one of my favorite noir authors. I was curious when offered an advanced reader copy of his book Beer, Women, and the Written Word. All I knew was that it was semi-autobiographical and from the title, I gathered it wasn’t “noir”. From the beginning, I wondered where the story was going. The main protagonist, Harry Block, is a mess. He’s … Continue reading “Beer, Women, and the Written Word” By Adam C. Mitchell

“The Dominant” (The Trusted Thriller Series Book 2) by Michelle Medhat

After reading the first book in this sensational series, The Trusted, by Michelle Medhat, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on Book Two, “The Dominant”. The second book takes the reader to the edge as Medhat leads the reader on a tumultuous path of violence, torture, traitors, and revenge.             Picking up with Ellie Noor, wife of super-spy Sam Noor, being questioned and tortured … Continue reading “The Dominant” (The Trusted Thriller Series Book 2) by Michelle Medhat

Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee” by Casey Cep

I fell in love with Harper Lee when I first read To Kill a Mockingbird when I was about ten years old. I was immediately drawn to this book by the title; Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee by Casey Cep is unique in that it’s a book about a murder trial in Alabama as well as a brief and … Continue reading Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee” by Casey Cep

“The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper” By Hallie Rubenhold

As an avid reader of anything connected to Jack the Ripper and his victims, I was drawn to this book by Hallie Rubenhold. “The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper” covers the histories of the five canonical victims whose murders were never solved. The killings in Whitechapel, a poor section of Victorian England, were attributed to a serial killer … Continue reading “The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper” By Hallie Rubenhold