Reviewed by Amanda Farmer A Stranger in Wynnedower opens up with Rachel Sevier going to Wynnedower Mansion in Virginia to find out why her brother has stopped taking her phone calls. What she finds at the mansion is a lot of mystery and Jack, the...―
When I was approached about reading and possibly reviewing Grains of Truth by Lydia Crichton, I was intrigued by the premise. At the same time, this publisher is a bit of an unknown for me so I wasn’t sure what to expect. I’m happy to ...―
Joelle Charbonneau is an established author of adult mysteries, so The Testing is her first YA novel. I had already read an advance copy of it, and knew what I thought of it when I got word from the publisher that they were sending me a printed ...―
I was delighted to receive a copy of The Mystery of Mercy Close by bestselling and award-winning Irish author Marian Keyes. If you’re familiar with Marian Keyes, you know her work is an international phenomenon. Women everywhere can’t ...―
Reviewed by Drennan Spitzer The First Rule of Ten and The Second Rule Of Ten are the first two volumes of Gay Hendricks and Tinker Lindsay’s Tenzing Norbu series. Tenzing, or “Ten,” Norbu is a former member of the Los Angeles ...―
Reviewed by Amanda Farmer The King’s Jar is the second in the Dani O’Rourke Mystery Series but don’t be alarmed, you won’t be lost if you haven’t read, Murder in the Abstract, as I have not. The King’s Jar is a...―
We’re participating in the Clear Your Shelf Giveaway Hop. Instead of pulling books from the bookshelf, we couldn’t resist featuring Walter Mosley’s newest Easy Rawlins novel, Little Green. I don’t know about you but I love ...―
Yesterday’s Echo by Matt Coyle is Book #1 in the Rick Cahill crime series. Its journey has been a long one, since Matt found the seeds for this novel almost 30 years ago, but if this book is any indication then it was well worth the trip. In...―
Please welcome David Morrell, author of Murder as a Fine Art, as she tours the blogosphere with Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours. Enter to win a copy of the book below! Reviewed by A.D. Cole London, 1811, the most vicious set of murders in ...―
When I read the publisher’s blurb about Zenn Scarlett by Christian Schoon, I knew I had to read it. I’ve always loved stories about Mars and I’m a huge animal lover, so it was a no brainer. Imagine studying to become a ...―
As we mentioned when we reviewed Blue Monday, Book #1 in the Frieda Klein series, bestselling author Nicci French is actually the pseudonym of an English couple, Nicci Gerrard and Sean French. Together they have melded their minds to become one of...―
Most people think of Sidney Poitier as a great actor and director. What you may not know is that he’s also an author. He’s written three autobiographical works and now he’s set his sights on fiction. Readers will be glad to know...―
I love having raw quick things in the fridge for snacks. Want something sweet? It’s ...
The time is upon us to be tan and fit. I love this time of year. The best way to get ...
Crock pot cooking is perfect for anyone on the go go go! Well here is a great dinner that ...