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Recent Reviews

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"What other mysteries lie between the cabinets?"
The Cabinets of Barnaby Mayne
by Elsa Hart
Reviewed by Teresa Cross
Posted August 3, 2020

If you are looking for a mystery that is set back in history with a strong female character, then THE CABINETS OF BARNABY MAYNE Read more...



"A full-bodied Western action story that kept me turning the pages!"
Montana Territory
by Charles G. West
Reviewed by Karen Siddall
Posted August 3, 2020

John Hawk, a scout for the army at Fort Ellis near Bozeman in the Montana Territory, gets on the wrong side of the lieutenant Read more...



"Domestic Thrillers don't get much better than THE NEW HUSBAND!"
The New Husband
by D.J. Palmer
Reviewed by Angie Elle
Posted August 3, 2020

The New Husband is the story of Nina Garrity and her family, still reeling after the sudden Read more...



"An emotionally powerful love story!"
How to Start a Scandal
by Madeline Martin
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted July 31, 2020

HOW TO START A SCANDAL is the second book Read more...



"Belly up to the bar and get ready to enjoy this exciting, new Western series!"
Buzzard's Bluff
by William W. Johnstone, J.A. Johnstone
Reviewed by Karen Siddall
Posted July 30, 2020

Texas Ranger Ben Savage is taken entirely by surprise when an old friend and mentor dies and leaves him a saloon in Buzzard&rsquo Read more...



"What really led to this disappearance?"
Robert B. Parker's Grudge Match
by Mike Lupica
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted July 30, 2020

Sunny Randall, at one time, was a policewoman, but now Read more...



"Let's bicycle to the Keys and dream..."
The Key to Everything
by Valerie Fraser Luesse
Reviewed by Patricia Pascale
Posted July 30, 2020

THE KEY TO EVERYTHING is a heartwarming story about Peyton Manning and his coming of Read more...



"They'll travel down DESOLATION ROAD to love!"
Desolation Road
by Christine Feehan
Reviewed by Kim Roller
Posted July 30, 2020

Alekesie “Absinthe” Solokov is the one all his brothers and sisters in Torpedo Ink come to when their demons start to get Read more...



"Assassin meets assassin - it must be love"
Spear's Search
by N.J. Walters
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted July 30, 2020

Spear el Gravaso, prince of Gravas and deadly assassin, is searching for his missing brother and is also on a Read more...



"Love always wins even with complications of a hurricane"
The Heart of a Hero
by Susan May Warren
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted July 30, 2020

Jake Silver is a former seal.  Now he Read more...



"Well worth reading - a coming of age set in the 80s"
Age of Consent
by Amanda Brainerd
Reviewed by Evie Harris
Posted July 30, 2020

Justine may not have been destined to attend a private boarding school, but she made it happen anyway.  She did not come from Read more...



"Who is she really is the question?"
Twist of Faith
by Ellen J. Green
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted July 30, 2020

Ava always knew that there was something about her childhood that just wasn't right. Her mother Claire was not one for affection. Whenever Read more...



"Political intrigue, wit, and just a bit of magic..."
A Declaration of the Rights of Magicians
by H.G. Parry
Reviewed by Christian Schuepbach
Posted July 30, 2020

William Pitt is the son of an Earl, a lawyer that commonly represents Commoner Magicians, and a man with a secret. William Wilberforce was Read more...



"Two boys, two different lives, a coming of age story"
All the Castles Burned
by Michael Nye
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted July 30, 2020

Owen comes from a working-class family, Carson from a very wealthy family. Both boys attend Rockcastle Academy. Owen received a scholarship, Carson because Read more...



"Simple connect the dots and you have your man."
Outfox
by Sandra Brown
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted July 30, 2020

All you armchair investigators out there, probably just another fan of Sandra Brown, know how easy it is to become complacent and jump to Read more...



"Warning: Novel approach is intriguing but doesn’t quite deliver..."
The Eighth Detective
by Alex Pavesi
Reviewed by Ruth Castleberry
Posted July 29, 2020

The promotional blurb for THE EIGHTH DETECTIVE seduces mystery lovers.

Julia Hart, an editor at Blood Type Books, reaches out to Grant Read more...



"Something for everyone's tastes"
First Response
by Delilah Devlin, Elle James, N.J. Walters, Megan Ryder
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted July 29, 2020

FIRST RESPONSE: A Boys Behaving Badly Anthology includes the following stories: Far from Over Read more...



"A southern cozy mystery with down to earth characters."
Booked for Death
by Victoria Gilbert
Reviewed by Teresa Cross
Posted July 28, 2020

I just found a new favorite cozy mystery series. I'm looking forward to reading each new adventure after the first in this Read more...



"Summer socialising and turtle conservation at the Beach House"
On Ocean Boulevard
by Mary Alice Monroe
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 28, 2020

I enjoyed picking up this book each evening to relax with the busy summer life of Cara Rutledge and her family in Charleston, South Read more...



"Part novel, part character portrait of Jackie O"
The Editor
by Steven Rowley
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 28, 2020

Set in 1990s New York City, this clever, part novel, part character portrait will interest readers for many reasons. Women in business, aspiring novelists Read more...



"A Twisty Thriller That Will Leave You Guessing"
The First to Lie
by Hank Phillippi Ryan
Reviewed by Alison Ellis
Posted July 27, 2020

Ellie Berensen is an investigative reporter with a brand-new news organization with a lead on a story that could make her career and Read more...



"A compelling and charming story of painful hurts to fresh starts!"
If I Were You
by Lynn Austin
Reviewed by Audrey Lawrence
Posted July 27, 2020

World War II  - the War is finally over!  Long years of hardship, millions killed or injured and England has the victory but Read more...



"When trust is shattered, who do you believe?"
The End of Her
by Shari Lapena
Reviewed by Teresa Cross
Posted July 27, 2020

Domestic thrillers always leave us trying to figure out who to believe and who is lying, and this suspense by Shari Lapena is no Read more...




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