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ONLY EVER YOU, by Rebecca Drake (Book Review)

Rebecca Drake’s ONLY EVER YOU is a creepy thriller. It is one of those books that keeps the reader off-balance. Each chapter seems only to swirl around the puzzle pieces. It isn’t until the last fifty pages or so when those pieces start fitting together. And when the elusive picture becomes clear . . . […]

Book Review: INCARNATE, by Josh Stolberg

Looks like INCARNATE is Stolberg’s debut novel. What a way to crash into the thriller genre –full force, full steam! Dr. Kim Patterson is new on the job. As a hospital psychiatric resident her every move is watched. Dedicated to her patients, she is determined to help Scarlett Hascall. Hascall is suffering from Dissociation Identity […]

Book Review: WHITE PEAK, by Ronan Frost

White Peak is the first book I have ever read by either Ronan Frost or Steven Savile. It definitely starts out like a James Rollins, or Matther Reilly novel — as toted by the publisher. The opening chapter is shocking. It pulls the reader right in. You immediately like and root for the main character, […]

Welcome to the Crime Scene!

Has it really been a year since my last novel was released?  ABSOLUTE ZERO, November 2017. Yeah, a year. Wow. It’s not that I’ve been slacking. Because I haven’t, but the thing is I almost gave up writing. I know, crazy, right? I have 26 published novels. Why quit? I figured out the problem and […]

Book Review: UPDRAFT, by Fran Wilde

Not since the Divergent books have I found a YA novel as energetic and exciting as Fran Wilde’s Bone Universe. UPDRAFT is the first in the series. And I devoured it like a skymouth! Towers made of growing bone rise above the clouds. The towers house the people. Oftentimes bridges stretch from tower to tower. […]