Operation Navajo: A Tracker Novel by Anita Dickason

Although this is Dickason’s 4th Tracker Novel, it works perfectly well as a ‘stand-alone, cannot put it down’ novel!  As expected, Dickason has written another page-turning thriller that follows a case the FBI Tracker Unit is working on.  The case involves the Federal Reserve Bank and its chairman.  In a manner few authors can manage, … Continue reading Operation Navajo: A Tracker Novel by Anita Dickason

Secrets Can Kill: A Tracey Marks Mystery by Ellen Shapiro

Tracey Marks, Private Investigator, is back and this time the case involves murder!  Shapiro serves up a lightweight murder mystery with enough tension to keep us nervous about how the case will end but not going past the edge of no return for a cozy.  She has developed her characters into 3-dimensional people a reader … Continue reading Secrets Can Kill: A Tracey Marks Mystery by Ellen Shapiro

Sympathy for Jonah: Reflections on Humiliation, Terror and the Politics of Enemy- Love by David Benjamin Blower

Every once in a while I read a book that blows (pun intended) me out of the water.  This was definitely one of those books.  You know that game-type question, “If you could have dinner with anyone alive who would it be?”  My answer is now David Benjamin Blower.  He has moved to the top … Continue reading Sympathy for Jonah: Reflections on Humiliation, Terror and the Politics of Enemy- Love by David Benjamin Blower

Pivot: Book one of the Jack Harper Trilogy by L. C. Barlow

Psychological horror at its best!  I think that my skin is still crawling even after a shower.  Nothing scares me more than egomaniacal narcissistic cult leaders that manipulate children, except maybe the other adults that help out.  Barlow has written an absolutely horrifying novel about Jack Harper who was raised from the age of 7 … Continue reading Pivot: Book one of the Jack Harper Trilogy by L. C. Barlow