Cold Blood by Alex Shaw

Buy Here on Amazon This is the first book I’ve read by Alex Shaw and I guarantee it won’t be the last. Cold Blood is an action packed and complex thriller that kept me turning pages well into the night. Aidan Snow is a multi-faceted character; a well trained member of the SAS who is injured severely during a training exercise, he retires to become … Continue reading Cold Blood by Alex Shaw

My 2015 Top Indie Book Picks

I have read an amazing number of indie books this year. When I looked back at my reviews I was surprised. The realization I had read so many started me thinking about the ones I remembered. I decided to make a list of the ones I liked the most. You will probably notice a paucity of “romance” novels. This may puzzle you since the books … Continue reading My 2015 Top Indie Book Picks

Nothing Is Ever Forever (The Phoenix Series Book 3) by Ted Tayler

This latest book in the Phoenix series once again shows Ted Tayler’s skill at creating a thrill packed story of terrorism. His ability to weave recent events into a taut tale of good guys versus bad guys is unsurpassed. In Nothing Is Ever Forever Phoenix and the Olympus Project are faced with another high priority assignment. I didn’t think Tayler could top the action surrounding … Continue reading Nothing Is Ever Forever (The Phoenix Series Book 3) by Ted Tayler

“London Calling: A Deep Water Novel ” by Rocky Rochford

Buy Here I knew I wanted to read this book as soon as I read the blurb. The premise is absolutely brilliant. With the British Prime Minister kidnapped and the Deputy Prime Minister murdered by terrorists the book starts off with a bang. Well actually, it doesn’t. Instead the beginning is intriguing and I found myself wondering what was going on. Little by little the … Continue reading “London Calling: A Deep Water Novel ” by Rocky Rochford

Ted Tayler, Author- Guest Blogger

My Guest Blogger is author Ted Tayler. He has just released the second book in his Olympus Project series. I had the opportunity to read and review “Gold, Silver, and Bombs”; it’s a compelling work of fiction set against the backdrop of the 2012 London Olympics. The primary protagonist, Colin Bailey, aka “The Phoenix”, continues to evolve in his role working for the Olympus Project. … Continue reading Ted Tayler, Author- Guest Blogger

“Gold, Silver, and Bombs: The Phoenix Series Book 2” by Ted Tayler

In his second book of the Phoenix series, “Gold, Silver, and Bombs”, Ted Tayler amps up the action and the tension. As the Olympus Project tackles the potential terrorist attacks on the 2012 London Olympics, Colin (Phoenix) rises in the esteem of his fellow project warriors. The teams throw out all the stops as they attempt to outwit terrorist plans to use the Olympics as … Continue reading “Gold, Silver, and Bombs: The Phoenix Series Book 2” by Ted Tayler

Charlie Flowers and His Alter Ego Riz Sabir

Charlie Flowers is as much an enigma as his creation Riz Sabir. His author page on Amazon.com tells very little about the creator of the series of books that bring more firepower to print than destroyed Dresden during WWII. Sabir along with his ever faithful girl gang, The Black Eye Girls, led by his significant other, the tough as nails Holly (Bang-Bang) Kirpachi slice up, … Continue reading Charlie Flowers and His Alter Ego Riz Sabir

“The Olympus Project” by Ted Tayler

  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 in an earlier Tayler book. This says a … Continue reading “The Olympus Project” by Ted Tayler

“Aria: Left Luggage” by Geoff Nelder

ARIA: Left Luggage by Geoff Nelder My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is perhaps the most innocently thought provoking book I have ever read. What would happen if everyone began to experience memory loss? How would the world be affected by the gradual but constant loss of days, months, and years by every single person on earth? What happens if we all eventually regressed … Continue reading “Aria: Left Luggage” by Geoff Nelder

“The Price of Silence” by Ulla Hakanson

The Price of Silence by Ulla Hakanson My rating: 5 of 5 stars Amy Robinson is being stalked by her ex-fiancé Tyler but she has even bigger problems. In “The Price of Silence” by Ulla Hakanson, Amy finds the cost of keeping silent can be very high. While enjoying a kayaking trip with her cousin Willa in the remote part of British Columbia she makes … Continue reading “The Price of Silence” by Ulla Hakanson