Fatal Infraction named best Police Procedural of 2021 by the Chanticleer Book Review!

The most recent honor for the Mike Stoneman Thriller series: Book #4 — Fatal Infraction, has been named best police procedural of the year, winning the #1 in category blue ribbon from the Chanticleer Book Review. The book was not named the grand prize winner in the CLUE division of the Chanticleer International Book Awards … More Fatal Infraction named best Police Procedural of 2021 by the Chanticleer Book Review!

Overboard, by Sara Paretsky [Review]

“Many aspects of the overly complicated plot are not explained well.” V.I. Warshawski fans will get mostly what they expect from Sara Paretsky’s newest installment in the long-running series, Overboard. I’m a huge fan of Ms. Paretsky’s writing and V.I. as a character. The story is the usual high-energy, high-peril adventure through the back-streets of … More Overboard, by Sara Paretsky [Review]

Let Me Die, by Virginia Babcock [Review]

Where Frankenstein meets Christine, The Killer Car in a disturbing gothic romance. In this original but disturbing gothic romance, Frankenstein meets Christine, The Killer Car and a young woman must choose between her father, her virtue, and the man she loves, but cannot touch. It’s not for everyone, but if your taste runs toward steamy … More Let Me Die, by Virginia Babcock [Review]

The Oort Federation: To the Stars: The Second Oort Chronicle, by Robert Williscroft [Review]

A masterful expansion of the Oort Federation saga. To the Stars is the second installment in the Oort Federation series, and the sequel to The Icicle, which I read earlier this year. Like many Sci-Fi series, it is essential that you read book #1 before reading book #2. The characters, the villains, the construction of … More The Oort Federation: To the Stars: The Second Oort Chronicle, by Robert Williscroft [Review]