Category: mystery

Book Review: RULES OF WAR, by Matthew Betley

If you are a fan of James Rollins get in on the Logan West series. That is my best advice. (As if my advice means anything). Rules of War picks up where Field of Valor of left off. While most of the world believes the vice president of the United States has been kidnapped, the […]

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: Field of Valor, by Matthew Betley

I just finished reading the third book in the Logan West series. Matthew Betley’s Field of Valor is comparable to the first two in the series. Non-stop adrenaline. Witty banter. A clever plot. Twists and turns, and more twists, and even more turns . . . A rogue republic is operating inside the government. The […]

Book Review: Jar of Hearts, by Jennifer Hiller

I won a copy of Jar of Hearts, by Jennifer Hiller, on Goodreads. The book came in the mail with some bling. In with the book was a small glass jar, and a handful of candy hearts. Classy, Ms. Hiller. Classy. While I planned to read and review the book regardless, this little bit of […]

Book Review: Closer Than You Know, by Brad Parks

I read  in two sittings Closer Than You Know. From the opening chapter until the last, I just kept turning pages. I needed to know what would happen next. Had to know. Melanie Barrick had a rough childhood. She was put in the system. Her parents a waste of space, using up oxygen. They cared […]