Tag: police

Book Review: LIGHTNING MEN, by Thomas Mullen

LIGHTNING MEN picks up where DARKTOWN left off, and author Thomas Mullen doesn’t miss a beat! The story unfolds in Atlanta, Georgia, pre-civil rights, Jim Crow Laws in effect. The Democrats are still bitter, and vengeful over slaves being freed. However, some progress has been made. A recent change had been made, and eight (8) […]

Book Review: Without Fear or Favor, by Robert K Tanenbaum

Robert K. Tanenbaum is one of those authors I have always wanted to read, but never got around to reading. My loss. Or it was my loss. I received a copy of his latest novel, Without Fear or  Favor. Turns out it is the 29th in the Butch Karp-Marlene Ciampi series. Normally, when I read […]

Book Review: DARKTOWN, by Thomas Mullen

Thomas Mullen DARKTOWN 37 Ink, 2016 371 pages Crime / Police Procedural Picked up a copy of DARKTOWN on a whim. Reviews looked good. Synopsis sounded good. Figured I’d give it a shot. Man. This book was outstanding. I want to put this at the front of the review. Not the end. I don’t want people to […]

#NextYACraze Book Review: Tallas

On my search for the #NextYaCraze, I recently received and began reading Cathrina Constantine’s Tallas, a dystopian young adult novel. With an alluring cover, and a premise that sounded promising, I was hopeful. The back cover synopsis reads: In a decimated world, setting foot outside the protected village of Tallas is certain death—or so they […]

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 […]