The Devil and Dayna Dalton: A Bulwark Anthology: Book 9 By Brit Lunden

This is the second book in the Bulwark anthology I have read; yep, I read the first and the last!  I consider the writing to be top-notch and the stories fascinating.  Lunden likes to add a little paranormal to her stories about very ordinary people.  Adding a little bit of evil challenges the reader to … Continue reading The Devil and Dayna Dalton: A Bulwark Anthology: Book 9 By Brit Lunden

Murphy Murphy and the Case of the Serious Crisis by Keith Hirshland

This is a terrific mystery in and of itself, but it is even better if you love wordplay.  There is an underlying theme here that adds a lot of humor and laughter to the story: redundancy.  Murphy Murphy (yep, real name) hates redundancy, and obviously, beginning with his name, there are issues throughout the book.  … Continue reading Murphy Murphy and the Case of the Serious Crisis by Keith Hirshland

Fiery Red Hair: Emerald Green Eyes and a Vicious Irish Temper By Ralph E. Jarrells

It is my personal opinion that you just cannot read enough pirate books.  Set in Charles Town South Carolina in the year 1755 this book is written as a narrative biography.  Anne Bonny, the first female pirate, is telling her granddaughter all about her adventures.  It is a fascinating story about a woman of great … Continue reading Fiery Red Hair: Emerald Green Eyes and a Vicious Irish Temper By Ralph E. Jarrells