This recently published book by Kim Krisco is a delight to anyone that loves Sherlock Holmes or a good detective story. His main character is Tessa Wiggins, a worker for the Salvation Army, has opened a home for battered or homeless women. Tessa finds herself drawn into a mystery centered around a girl in her … Continue reading The Celtic Phoenix
Evidence of Desire is a romance novel, written by Texas author Jessie Scott. It is in fact a steamy romance novel, certainly not for the faint-hearted. And yes, there is the mandatory happily-ever-after ending, however the romance is complicated and realistic and, as in real life, there is great love even when life takes tragic … Continue reading Evidence of Desire by Jessie Scott
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This is my second read in the Bennett & DeMarko series by Indie Author Aaron S Gallagher and I am really enjoying them. The series is set in New York City and, more specifically, in DeMarko’s (Harry’s) neighborhood. Being an ex-NYPD officer now turned Private Detective, DeMarko is prone to keeping his home turf safe … Continue reading The Bleecker Street Bodies by Aaron S Gallagher
From Lockhart, the barbecue town of Texas, comes a great murder mystery. Indie Author Gretchen Rix combines life in a small town with all the kooky characters a small town produces, three dead bodies, and a mastiff dog named Boo Radley for a fun and mysterious read. The Sommers sisters are in their 50’s, both … Continue reading Talking to Dead Guys by Gretchen Rix
I really liked this book! Although it is a novel for Young Adults it had just the right amount of humor and thrill to keep me turning pages and being interested. When you die and go to catch the boat with the Grim Reaper but the Reaper does not show up what happens? Add to … Continue reading The Dead Club by Manuel Ruiz
Mavis Davis is a former social worker turned Private Investigator in Houston Texas who has never investigated anything but whether or not a house is in shape for foster children when the owner of a greasy spoon walks into her office and pays cash for her to find out who murdered his waitress Doris Jones. … Continue reading My First Murder by Susan P. Baker