Category: family

Book Review: Keep Her Safe, by K.A. Tucker

Hmmm. What to say about K.A. Tucker’s new thriller, Keep Her Safe. I suppose if you are the kind of reader who devours books with compelling characters, and a story that keeps you turning pages, desperate to find out what happens next, then it is safe for me to assume you will love –LOVE– Tucker’s […]

Book Review: The Clarity, by Keith Thomas

I received an advance review copy of Keith Thomas’ The Clarity. After reading the back cover synopsis, I bumped it ahead of the book on my To-Be-Read (TBR) pile. And within a few days, finished the book with a sense of “wow, that was not what I expected!” kind of feel. Ashanique is a young […]

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 […]

Is The Walking Dead . . . Dead?

The Walking dead first aired in the United States with an eight episode season in October 2010. For the next five years viewership and television ratings increased exponentially.¬†While the show is loosely based on graphic novels written by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard, the AMC series really launched the return of Zombies being […]

Book Review: Vapor Trail, by Chuck Logan

Vapor Trail is a high adrenaline thriller. I have to start this review with that. Chuck Logan’s books, his Phil Broker series, just gets better and better with each installment. And right now, Vapor Trail is my favorite. After a police investigation, a pedophile is arrested. Charged. During the hearing –during what should be an […]