This police procedural is long on discussion about the hero’s dog, long on letting us see the villain’s first person perspective, and long on sentimental details about the hero cop’s mourning over his dead wife. It’s very short on suspense or mystery. The reader knows everything in the first few chapters – the hired killer … More Winter Song (Seasons Pass, book #1) by Susan C. Muller
Author David Myles Robinson can write a legal mystery in which the plot is intriguing, the writing is excellent, and the law is accurately depicted. This is quite a triumvirate, which few authors do well. Courtroom scenes are inherently dramatic. Making a deposition scene good reading without making it a mockery of how real law … More Tropical Doubt, by David Myles Robinson
I’m a big fan of Sara Paretsky and a big fan of her heroine, V.I. Warshawski. Dead Land, however, is not the best installment in the series. The author tells us that this is the first book she has written without the support of her now-deceased husband. Perhaps that partially explains why this book was … More Dead Land (A V.I.Warshowski novel), by Sara Paretsky
The May issue of InD’Tale Magazine features an article written by your humble author, and a review of Deadly Enterprise. Check out the whole mag HERE. And Here’s the review: “Deadly Enterprise is a fast-paced, action-packed crime drama that readers will devour in one sitting! Mike Stoneman is the hero the world needs. He cares … More 5-Star review for Deadly Enterprise from InD’Tale Magazine!