In November of 2019, I was getting ready to publish book #2 in the Mike Stoneman Thriller series, Deadly Enterprise. For a year, I had been asked repeatedly whether book #1, Righteous Assassin, and the upcoming book #2 were available as audiobooks. (To be honest, mostly the question was “is it available on Audible,” but … More The Re-Recording of Righteous Assassin
l Capitol Murder is the first book in a new series by Judith Erwin, featuring former FBI Agent and current hunk P.I. Jake Shepherd. Ms. Erwin is a new author for me and I picked up this book on a free Kindle offer. The writing here is good and the characters are interesting. Jake and … More Capitol Murder, by Judith Erwin [review]
Logan McKenna is an interesting character who has fascinating friends. They are always getting in some kind of trouble, usually including a corpse. This seventh installment of the series is a welcome event for fans of Ms. Davisson’s quirky world. Whisper Creek refers to the body of water near The New School, an enclave in … More Whisper Creek (A Logan McKenna mystery), by Valerie Davisson [Review]
There are very few truly original ideas, but Justin Alcala has found one. His new “noir supernatural thriller” dips us in the river Styx and puts us inside the head of Buck, a former military sniper, recent professional assassin, and now intern to The Grim Reaper. After being shot in the head during an … More Dead End Job, by Justin Alcala [Review]
On September 1, 2021, the Kindle Book Review announced the semi-finalists for the 2021 Kindle Book Awards. In the Mystery/Thriller category, twenty novels were selected, including Lethal Voyage. I feel like I should not need the external confirmation that the Mike Stoneman Thrillers are good books. But it’s still a terrific feeling to know that … More Lethal Voyage named among top 20 Mystery/Thrillers of 2021 by the Kindle Book Review.