Genre: Mystery This is an ARC sent to me by Kelli Stanley. It is due in “stores” TODAY (March 20, 2018). Buy It! September 17,
Lots of new books this month, but, they forgot one that I am reading the ARC now: “City of Sharks” by Kelli Stanley Look over
Genre: Fantasy Quick Review: In China, Laurence and Temeraire find that dragons are treated very differently than they are in England. Here they have the run
Not a whole lot of new books this month. A book drought? 🙂 Happy Reading. Bad Samaritan by Dana King To March Into Hell by Ron Parham
Genre: Thriller Crimea, 1918 The Dowager Empress, Maria Feodorovna (of the Romanov family), sends her trusted servant, Pyotr, to deliver a ransom of jewels and
I saw this visual on Facebook today and asked Barry if I could grab it and post it here. He said yes, as long as
Genre: Thriller After reading Andrew Peterson’s first Nate McBride book, “First to Kill”, I vowed to read his second book shortly thereafter. Nine years later….I
Lots of new books for 2018. Happy Reading. A Reckoning in the Back Country by Terry Shames Splintered Silence by Susan Furlong The Amendment Killer by Ronald
Such sad news today, December 29, 2017. Sue Gafton has passed away from cancer. Her daughter tells us that the alphabet now ends with “Y”.
Genre: Thriller ? I read “The Christmas Train” in 2002 or so (a few years before I started this blog). I recently noticed that the
Lots of new books for the Holiday Season. Enjoy! The Hapsburg Variation by Bill Rapp Hell to Pay by Rachel Amphlett Etched in Tears by Cheryl Hollon Metabyte by
Genre: Thriller (Short Story) 33 year old Tee Ray has been laid off from his job and is now living with his 14 year old
A ton of new thrillers this month for your reading enjoyment. 🙂 Pulse by Felix Francis Hunger Moon by Alexandra Sokoloff Death’s Silent Judgement by Anne Coates Come
Genre: Mystery February 1881, Edinburgh, Scotland Detective Inspector Ian Hamilton is, at 27, the youngest person in the Edinburgh City Police to gain the rank
Genre: Thriller The first Fargo Adventure I read (#8 or so in the series) was co-written with Clive Cussler by Facebook friend, Robin Burcell: “Pirate”.