A Frequent Peal Of Bells: The Phoenix Series – Book 11 by Ted Tayler

  It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Ted Tayler’s Phoenix series. The eleventh book in this action-packed series, A Frequent Peal of Bells, continues the conflict with the criminal organization, The Grid, as well as additional terrorist attacks across Britain. Tayler maintains his skill at focusing on current events and weaving them into tightly knit fictional tales that mimic real life occurrences … Continue reading A Frequent Peal Of Bells: The Phoenix Series – Book 11 by Ted Tayler

“The Orb: An Electric Eclectic Novelette” by Paul  White

Blurb “The Orb” is a fast-paced, urban action, speculative fantasy adventure. After stealing the Orb from the Librarians, she is on her way to meet the Cardinal who has promised to pay fifty thousand pounds to lay his hands on the Orb. But the Librarians what their treasure back and are willing to go to great lengths to ensure that happens. However, they are not … Continue reading “The Orb: An Electric Eclectic Novelette” by Paul  White

“A Cry in the Night: An Electric Eclectic Book” By Karen J. Mossman

“To the entire world Rick has it all, rock stardom, fame, fortune… but inside he is burning out. On the edge of depression and a breakdown he takes to an isolated shoreside hideaway and crawls into a bottle. But he is not alone. Gemma is in the apartment below, a lonesome, solitary figure, who is always in tears. Inevitably their paths cross, each time getting … Continue reading “A Cry in the Night: An Electric Eclectic Book” By Karen J. Mossman

“Mark of The Hyena: An Electric Eclectic Book” – By Mark Fine

I’ve enjoyed Mark Fine’s writing since I read his novel, The Zebra Affaire. Delighted to find his Electric Eclectic novelette, Mark of the Hyena, I eagerly dove into reading it. Fine’s writing is almost poetic; his use of words musical. This short story captures all the beauty and harshness of sub-Sahara Africa. When the San Bushman of the Kalahari, N!xau, comes across the barely living … Continue reading “Mark of The Hyena: An Electric Eclectic Book” – By Mark Fine

Easy Prey (The Detective Temeke Crime Series Book 5) by Claire Stibbe

As a fan of Detective Temeke and his partner Malin Santiago, I was delighted to see a new book in the series. Easy Prey, by Claire Stibbe features a fascinating character, Jessie Bowman, who embodies the indestructible illusion of youth. When her best friend, Brianna Ortiz, disappears from their tent while on a camping trip, Jessie is thrown into a dangerous game of cat and mouse with … Continue reading Easy Prey (The Detective Temeke Crime Series Book 5) by Claire Stibbe

Conquered By the Alien Prince: An Alien Sci-Fi Romance by Rebel West

  I have to confess I was a tad skeptical about reading an “alien sci-fi romance.” But, since one of the authors happens to be a favorite of mine, I decided to take a chance. I am delighted I did. Conquered By the Alien Prince: An Alien Sci-Fi Romance by Rebel West is dynamite. It’s a sexy, thrilling, creative book. Alien Prince Lock got me … Continue reading Conquered By the Alien Prince: An Alien Sci-Fi Romance by Rebel West

Win-Win with Electric Eclectic Books

As many of my followers and supporters know, I love to write short stories. I enjoy the challenge of creating viable characters and setting them down in situations that range from the frightening to the poignant. Electric Eclectic Books has released five of my longer short stories, novelettes, under their banner. It’s an honor to have my work represented alongside such notable authors as Paul … Continue reading Win-Win with Electric Eclectic Books

Three Weeks in September by Ted Tayler

As an avid follower of Phoenix and the Olympus Project, I couldn’t wait to dive into the latest action in Three Weeks in September. Author Ted Tayler has gone above and beyond in this book with the members of the Project meeting new and challenging obstacles. From the very beginning, the book takes off running. Athena and Phoenix face an unexpected tragedy. Drawn into terrorist … Continue reading Three Weeks in September by Ted Tayler

“The Vanished Child: A Jayne Sinclair Genealogical Mystery” by M J Lee

  I stumbled on this book by accident and I am so glad I did. The fact that M J Lee created this tragic mystery based on real events is overwhelming. The Vanished Child deals with the unjust treatment of children from the British Isles who were taken to foreign countries. Harry, the primary character in this book, is so well described he practically leaps … Continue reading “The Vanished Child: A Jayne Sinclair Genealogical Mystery” by M J Lee

“Sunspots” by Karen S. Bell

Book Blurb   “A love story of loss and redemption and the ghosts that haunt our lives and our houses. Aurora Goldberg Stein is lost in grief. Her beloved husband, Jake Stein, has just died in a tragic car accident and her sorrow is overwhelming. But is this really the end? Perhaps, perhaps not. She hears his voice. She sees his ghostly presence. She travels … Continue reading “Sunspots” by Karen S. Bell