Tag: detective

Book Review: Find You In The Dark, by Nathan Ripley

Find You In The Dark is the debut novel from Journey Prize winning author, Nathan Ripley (Naben Ruthneum). I am thrilled I received an advance copy, as the book won’t actually be released from Atria Books until June 2018. The main character is Martin Reese. Married, with a fifteen year old daughter, Reese made a […]

Book Review: The Black Minute

The Black Minute is the third book I have read by award winning author, Christopher Valen. To start this off, I want to say that I am thoroughly enjoying the John Santana novels. If you are looking for police procedural books that are crisp and tightly knit thrillers, there really is no reason not to […]

Book Review: The Seventh Sons of Sycamore

I “met” Mr. Domino Finn on Goodreads. He sent me a copy of his book, The Seventh Sons of Sycamore in exchange for an honest review.¬† To start, it was the amazing cover that first caught my eye. Yes. I am shallow. I will initially judge a book by its cover. This cover, it is […]

Book Review: White Tombs

Recently, I reviewed the fifth book in Christopher Valen’s John Santana saga, Death’s Way. White Tombs is the first title in the series. (I now have all of the five books, and as I read them I will post reviews as well). When Julio Perez in found murdered, Minnesota detective John Santana has a few […]

Book Review: Death’s Way, A John Santana Novel

I won an autographed ARC of Christopher Valen’s latest John Santa thriller, Death’s Way. I had a pile of to-be-reads ahead of his book. Had I have known it was going to be as engrossing and compelling, I would have moved it to the top of the heap, for sure. For the longest time –at […]