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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

“North to Maynard: An Electric Eclectic book” by Paul White

I have read many books by author Paul White and have enjoyed his style. Dark yet humorous, White delivers a twisted tale with a grin in his novelette “North to Maynard: An Electric Eclectic Book”. Told in the first person, Simon and his girlfriend Libby are headed north to Maynard. What starts out as a casual journey takes a bizarre turn when the Sat-Nav (or … Continue reading “North to Maynard: An Electric Eclectic book” by Paul White

“A Glutton For Punishment: An Electric Eclectic Book” By Michael J Elliott

I’d read an earlier Electric Eclectic Novelette by Michael J. Elliott (“Final Harvest”), so when I saw he had a new release I couldn’t wait to read it. This author is fast becoming one of my favorite go-to reads. His writing is crisp, his imagination terrifying, and his sense of humor delightfully irreverent. “A Glutton for Punishment” is a darkly dystopian tale where obese people … Continue reading “A Glutton For Punishment: An Electric Eclectic Book” By Michael J Elliott

“Queen of the Warrior Bees: One misfit girl and 50,000 bees” (Natural Forces Book 1) By Jean Gill

Author Jean Gill has been one of my favorite authors since I read her brilliant historical series The Troubadours Quartet. When she offered an advance copy of “Queen of the Warrior Bees” in return for an honest review I was thrilled. I had no idea what to expect; what I didn’t expect was a book I would fall in love with from the first page. … Continue reading “Queen of the Warrior Bees: One misfit girl and 50,000 bees” (Natural Forces Book 1) By Jean Gill

“Kept by the Zandian (Zandian Brides)” By Renee Rose and Rebel West”

When Taina escapes from the Ocretions by stowing away on a Zandian ship her adventures are only beginning. Kept by the Zandian by Renee Rose and Rebel West starts off with action and never loses steam. In fact, this book gets steamier as the pages turn. This is the second Zandian romantic science fiction adventure I’ve read, and I already have two more lined up … Continue reading “Kept by the Zandian (Zandian Brides)” By Renee Rose and Rebel West”

“One Small Sacrifice” (Shadows of New York Book 1) by Hilary Davidson

  The blurb of this book described the main character, Alex Traynor, who was suffering from PTSD, as getting away with murder. At least that’s what New York Police Detective Sheryn Sterling believes. A year later Traynor’s fiancée Emily disappears, Sterling is determined to prove he has killed again. In One Small Sacrifice (Shadows of New York Book 1), author Hilary Davidson tackles the controversial … Continue reading “One Small Sacrifice” (Shadows of New York Book 1) by Hilary Davidson