Crash (Inspector of the Cross, book 6), by John B. Rosenman [Review]

“A pleasant and engaging read that I highly recommend for sci-fi and adventure fiction fans.” This is my first foray into the works of John B. Rosenman, who creates fascinating characters and intricate plots, resulting in an enjoyable and captivating novel. The intriguing opening of Crash finds the protagonist badly injured after his spacecraft crashes … More Crash (Inspector of the Cross, book 6), by John B. Rosenman [Review]

Guilty Money, by David Crosby (A Will Harper Thriller/Mystery) [Review]

“A comfortable attempt to address a real-world issue, but without much thrill or mystery.” Author David Crosby’s Will Harper series is very successful and includes eight novels. I picked up a box set of the first three books in the series to see what the fuss is about. I ended up reading book #2, Guilty … More Guilty Money, by David Crosby (A Will Harper Thriller/Mystery) [Review]

No Broomsticks Allowed, by Heather Harrison [Review]

“It drew me in and turned me on. A very clever, original, and exquisitely erotic story.” I don’t read a lot of romance, and was not even aware that Amazon has a category for “Paranormal Witches & Wizards Romance,” but No Broomsticks Allowed drew me in and turned me on. A very clever, original, and … More No Broomsticks Allowed, by Heather Harrison [Review]

Slip Out The Back Jack, by Willow Rose [Review]

A complex plot with a deliciously twisty ending Willow Rose weaves a complex plot of murder, abuse, and vigilante justice. In the beginning, the seemingly unrelated story threads are hard to follow, but stick with them as Detective Jack Ryder works two murder cases and tries to protect his recent love interest, a pop singer … More Slip Out The Back Jack, by Willow Rose [Review]

The Geomancer’s Apprentice, by Yin Leong [review]

A captivating tale of horror, ghosts, and Chinese mysticism This beautifully-written story of ghosts, supernatural monsters, and Chinese mysticism drew me in from the beginning because of Junie, the engaging heroine. Junie is searching to find her identity. She lacks self-confidence, is socially awkward, and has not made her parents proud – yet. She is … More The Geomancer’s Apprentice, by Yin Leong [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]