Category Archives: Mystery/Detective Reviews

In the Line of Duty – Book Review

in the line of duty

 

In the Line of Duty by Carolyn Arnold

NEW RELEASE….

He devoted his life to seeking justice. But would she get any for him?

It was an ordinary day for police officer Barry Weir. It was the end of shift, he was tired, and he just wanted to get home to his wife and kids. But someone had other plans for him, shooting him down and forcing him to make the ultimate sacrifice.

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Murder, She Wrote: A Date with Murder – Book Review

 

Murder, She Wrote: A Date with Murder by Jon Land

 

Synopsis:

Jessica Fletcher investigates a friend’s murder and a dangerous dating service in the latest entry in the USA Today bestselling Murder, She Wrote series…

Jessica Fletcher takes up the cause of her good friend Barbara “Babs” Wirth after Babs’ husband Hal suffers a fatal heart attack that Jessica has reason to believe was actually murder. At the heart of her suspicions lies a sinister dating site Hal had used while he and Babs were having marital issues–a site that may be complicit in somehow swindling him out of millions.

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Editorial Review – Give Place to Wrath

 

Title of the book: Give Place To Wrath

Author name: Steven C. Harms

Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense

 

A series of seemingly random murders lead Roger Viceroy and his team of crime detectives on a dangerous mission to unmask a killer and prevent the death of a high profile and prominent member of the community.

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Editorial Review – Thursday’s Child

 

Title: Thursday’s Child

Author name: Joseph Wurtenbaugh

Genre: Literary Fiction / Romance / Business Intrigue / Legal Thriller

 

This is an epic story, seasoned with mystery and romance, of how Adele Elizabeth Jansen’s life transforms slowly but irrevocably after meeting author, poet, polymath, and unrecognized genius, Thomas Newcombe.

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Breathe In – Book Review

 

Synopsis:

Breathe in. Breathe out. This mantra gets Tessa Benson through the day.

The man she loves walks all over her, and she just wants to get by without her heart shattering to pieces. If she could find her voice, she’d scream.

Everything changes in one night, when she’s snatched from the streets and tied to a bed, a camera setup to capture her dying moment. And the person who paid to watch her die…is still out there somewhere.

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The Curse of Arundel Hall – Book Review

 

The Curse of Arundel Hall

(A Yellow Cottage Vintage Mystery Book 2)

 

Synopsis:

One ghost, one murder, one hundred years apart. But are they connected? Ella has discovered a secret room in The Yellow Cottage, but with it comes a ghost. Who was she? And how did she die? Ella needs to find the answers before either of them can find peace. But suddenly things take a nasty turn for the worse. Ella Bridges has been living on Linhay Island for several months but still hasn’t discovered the identity of her ghostly guest.

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Sleep Like a Baby – Book Review

 

Robin and Roe are new parents. Their newborn daughter, Sophie is proving to be a handful, Roe’s mother helps by paying for Virginia Mitchell, to come to their rescue for the first few weeks. Virginia is accommodating and steps in when Robin has to go out of town for work. Too bad she goes missing, and a dead body is found in the backyard.

Roe doesn’t want to worry Robin, so she keeps the fact that she is suffering from a severe case of the flu. A couple of nights after Robin leaves Roe wakes to hear her daughter crying, and Virginia is nowhere to be found. Roe and her brother. Philip searches the house and the backyard. What they find is a dead woman, but it isn’t Virginia. She doesn’t recognize the mystery woman and doesn’t know what happened to Virginia.  Is she alive, or like the unknown woman in the backyard, is her body out there waiting to be found?

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Origin – Book Review

 

Dan Brown’s latest offering follows the continuing adventures of Harvard Professor and Symbologist Robert Langdon. Seeming not to run out of connections that enable him to attend exclusive museum events (that inevitably land him in trouble), he finds himself at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, where his ex-student Edmund Kirsch is about to launch a multi-media presentation of a discovery that he promises will shock the world.

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