Tag: suspense

Book Review: Broken Angel, by Chuck Logan

I will admit, openly, after reading seven Phil Broker books I was apprehensive about a a stand alone novel. Broken Angel, by Chuck Logan. It wasn’t that I worried about Logan’s storytelling ability –the guy clearly proved he knows how to spin a tale. I just became so used to Logan writing about Broker, I […]

Top Four Mistakes Writers Make

Hey, everyone! It’s me again. This blog is set to correspond with my new Author Series on YouTube. Be sure to watch the video (HERE), as well! Today, I wanted to talk about, what I consider, the Top Five Mistakes Writers Make. Thing is, there are more. Many, many more. What I have tried to […]

Book Review: BROKER, by Chuck Logan

For the last several weeks I have been reading all of the Phil Broker books, a most awesome crime/thriller series by Chuck Logan. This morning I finished the latest in the saga simply titled BROKER. This book is somewhat of a prequel to the series. What makes that fun is, if you have not read […]

Book Review: Absolute Zero, by Chuck Logan

Okay. Here’s the thing. In November my sci-fi/horror novel was released. It is entitled, Absolute Zero. This is how I came across Chuck Logan in the first place. Turns out he has a book by the same title. (Completely, completely different types of stories). So I figured, hmmm. I am going to read every book […]

Book Review: The Big Law, by Chuck Logan

The Big Law is the second book in the Phil Broker series. And while I loved the first book (The Price of Blood), The Big Law just blew me away. It is about two years after The Price of Blood, and things have changed. Quite. A. Lot. Broker and his wife, Nina Pryce, find their […]