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I only wish I had more books for this reader! Carolyn Valdez —5.0 out of 5 stars Suspenseful Read — Reviewed in the United States on March 24, 2020 — Format: Kindle Edition — This is the first I have read by this author but it definitely will not be the last. I enjoy the fact … More New review for Righteous Assassin!
Detectives Mike Stoneman and his partner Jason Dickson just could not quit investigating a presumed suicide that Medical Examiner Michelle McNeill thinks is suspicious. That’s just the tip of the iceberg of all the action in Deadly Enterprise. Following Chapman’s first book, Righteous Assassin, in the timeline and characters, the author did not lose one … More Terrific review of Deadly Enterprise from TheAuthorsShow.com
Move over Harry Bosch, there’s a new guy in town. I have loved Harry Bosch from the first book through book 28 and until now, have never found another like him. Well, that wait is over. Detective Michael Stoneman can match wits with Harry any day of the week. Chapman’s writing is clear, concise, crisp … More Review for Righteous Assassin from Linda Thompson — host of “The Authors’ Show” podcast
I realize that I neglected to post this to my blog when I got the good news that Righteous Assassin has advanced to the Semi-Finalist stage (Short List) of the Chanticleer Book Review’s CLUE award competition for books in the Mystery/Suspense/Thriller categories. The complete Short List can be found here: https://www.chantireviews.com/2020/02/04/the-semi-finalists-announcement-for-the-clue-book-awards-for-suspense-thriller-fiction-a-division-of-the-2019-cibas/ The category winners (there … More Righteous Assassin is a Semi-Finalist for the Chanticleer Book Review’s CLUE Award!
Spyder Hole is a thriller with a standard saving-the-world plot and somewhat interesting characters (all male), although the book is not really character-driven. It’s a good vs. evil situation, with some political commentary and some suspense, but not enough to make it a truly gripping read. It is also, unfortunately, very poorly edited, leaving … More Spyder Hole, by Bob Nesoff