Book Review: “W is for Wasted” by Sue Grafton

Genre: Mystery "I've got time""No, really. You're in the middle of something. I don't want to interrupt.""Washing windows. I haven't even started yet. What's worse than losing a friend?""Someone left me half a million bucks. Give or take," I added in the interest of being accurate.""The bastard. That's terrible!" Kinsey Millhone is a private detective … Continue reading Book Review: “W is for Wasted” by Sue Grafton

Short Story Summary: “Nasty” by Toni L P Kelner

When Natasha was born, her six year old sister could not pronounce her name, so she called her Nasty. Ultimately..... Nasty......was. This is #4 in a new series of short story summaries….The stories are part of an anthology that will be in “stores” June 16, 2020. The anthology is published by Nasty Woman Press which … Continue reading Short Story Summary: “Nasty” by Toni L P Kelner

Short Story Summary: “The Elephant in the Room” by Wendy Corsi Staub

Sofia Belinda is from Mexico where she endured unspeakable horror. Sofia cannot vote in the U.S. yet, but she watched the Presidential election until 2 AM and, sadly, knew her world would soon change. When she arrived at her job of 5 years in a posh walled community, Senor and Senora had finished watching Fox … Continue reading Short Story Summary: “The Elephant in the Room” by Wendy Corsi Staub

June 2020 Thrillers

Enjoy these new books! Stay Safe! Silver Wings, Iron Cross by Tom YoungDon't Keep Silent by Elizabeth GoddardColdwater by Tom PittsThey Did Bad Things by Lauren A. ForryThe Blues Don't Care by Paul D. MarksIn Twilight's Hush by Laurie StevensDerailed by Mary KeliikoaCatawba Point by Colin CampbellDead Air by Michael BradleyThe Study of Secrets by Cynthia KuhnStandoff by Patricia BradleyPerfectly Famous by Emily Liebert Also enjoy these … Continue reading June 2020 Thrillers

Book Review: “Camino Winds” by John Grisham

Genre: Thriller Three years after "Camino Island", Mercer Mann has finished her book, "Tessa", and it is now on the bestseller list. Bruce Cable, owner of Bay Books, is planning a huge party in honor of Mercer's success, and everyone is invited! Hurricane Leo is wandering the Atlantic playing games with the weather forecasters. When … Continue reading Book Review: “Camino Winds” by John Grisham