Fire in the Rectory – Editorial Review

  Title: Fire in the Rectory and two more John Nolan detective novellas Author: Stan Freeman Genre: Historical fiction / Historical detective / Mystery   This collection of three short detective stories offers a chronological continuation of John Nolan’s career as a private investigator in New York City from 1915–1918. A recent immigrant from Ireland,… Read More Fire in the Rectory – Editorial Review

Interpol and the Circus Robberies – Editorial Review

  Title: Interpol and the Circus Robberies Author: Aaron T. Knight Genre: Mystery / Detective   A series of robberies have sprung up across the globe that are categorized by several distinct commonalities. Huge mirrors are set up to re-direct and deceive. Smoke bombs are set off outside buildings to conceal the getaway. Fireworks create… Read More Interpol and the Circus Robberies – Editorial Review

Editorial Review – In a Black Monk Funk

  Title: In a Black Monk Funk Author: Gloria Lesher Genre: Paranormal Cozy Mystery / Supernatural Suspense   In In a Black Monk Funk, Blythe Golightly conducts another investigation surrounding the paranormal. This time, an ancient scroll and an elusive, even-more-ancient, monk are at the center of her newest case. With familiar faces and unforeseen… Read More Editorial Review – In a Black Monk Funk

Editorial Review – Seaplane to Sounion

  Author: Devin Todd Title: Seaplane to Sounion Genre: Cozy Mystery   A quick, easy-to-read story with an intriguing plot and hints of romance, Seaplane to Sounion welcomes readers to Ellie Pincrest’s life in 1986, when her long-time boyfriend has just unceremoniously broken up with her, leaving her eager to visit the quiet town where… Read More Editorial Review – Seaplane to Sounion