I Can See You: Psychopaths Hide In Plain Sight by Michael Leese

This is a very different murder mystery.  As stated on the cover, it is about an autistic Detective, Jonathan Roper.  Jonathan has left Scotland Yard and gone to work for a company that watches the news and various intel to determine threats against the Crown. Roper’s abilities lie in his level of intelligence, his memory … Continue reading I Can See You: Psychopaths Hide In Plain Sight by Michael Leese

Death in the Beginning by Gary Williams and Vicky Knerly

This is an exciting read - like Dan Brown’s books - it is fast paced and full of action, especially at the end of the book.  The story is clever, with interesting historical information that is well researched. There is a conspiracy to keep hidden a biblical and mythological (yes, both at the same time) … Continue reading Death in the Beginning by Gary Williams and Vicky Knerly

Off the Beadin’ Path: A Glass Bead Mystery by Janice Peacock

Janice Peacock has written a series of books centered around Jax O’Connell.  Jax is a middle aged single woman living in Seattle who makes a living selling beads.  Jax is a pretty fun character. She drives a red beetle that she calls “ladybug”, she has eccentric friends, eats a lot of sweets and lives in … Continue reading Off the Beadin’ Path: A Glass Bead Mystery by Janice Peacock