*Guest book review contributed by Chick Lit Café* Strong As Steel (Caitlin Strong Novels) by Jon Land Synopsis: Tough-as-nails Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong returns in this electrifying tenth installment of the series, by USA Today bestselling author Jon Land 1994: Texas Ranger Jim Strong investigates a mass murder on a dusty freight train linked to… Read More Strong As Steel (Caitlin Strong Novels) – Book Review
*Guest book review contributed by Ella James at Artisan Book Reviews* Boulevard Dreams by E Ryan Janz Synopsis: Down and out private eye, Joe Nails, has a problem. He endures a brief series of surrealistic dreams, in which his long-lost friend pleads for his help before turning a gun to his head… Read More Boulevard Dreams – Book Review
*Guest book review contributed by Bill Mackela* The NightShade Forensic Files Book 1: Under Dark Skies Bill’s review: This book was a very pleasant surprise. I didn’t know what to expect when I read the blurb about Under Dark Skies. After seeing the cover, I thought that there might be some sort… Read More Under Dark Skies – Book Review
*Guest review post contributed by Ruth Castleberry* Title: Fool’s Moon Author: Diane Stuckart Delightfully different describes Diane Stuckart’s new mystery, Fool’s Moon, in which four unusual characters join forces with Ruby Sparks to investigate murder.
– Guest review contributed by Genuine Jenn – Book Description: What if you didn’t know where you came from? Who am I? This is the question Josie asks herself when a mysterious letter arrives. Then a brutal murder turns her world upside down.
-Guest post contributed by Ruth Castleberry- Title: The Whispered Word Author: Ellery Adams Once again, Ellery Adams applies her exceptional writing skills to tell the story of the Secret, Book & Scone Society and the group’s determination to help a lost and abused young woman who stumbles into Miracle Springs, NC.
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 Editorial Review – Fire in the Rectory