Harmony Kent’s THE VANISHED BOY #bookreview #mystery

Ciao, amici! Last week, Harmony Kent released her new novel, The Vanished Boy. If you didn’t see the hype surrounding it, you can see her talking about it here. I’d seen snippets as she was drafting it and couldn’t wait to read it. So, naturally, when it came out, I devoured it. In less thanContinue reading “Harmony Kent’s THE VANISHED BOY #bookreview #mystery”

Jacquie Biggar’s VIRTUALLY GONE #bookreview #thriller

Ciao, amici! I’ve got another review to share. This one’s by Jacquie Biggar. It’s a fast read, but it packs quite a punch. My review: Quick to read, long on my mind Jacquie Biggar has done it again. Not that I’m surprised. This author not only never fails to entertain me, she does it withContinue reading “Jacquie Biggar’s VIRTUALLY GONE #bookreview #thriller”

A #bookreview of John W. Howell’s ETERNAL ROAD

Ciao, amici! I’m ashamed to admit how long this one took me to post. And wish it hadn’t. Because I enjoyed it so much once I finally had a chance to sit down with it and read it. The following is my review of John Howell’s Eternal Road: The Final Stop. My Review: Talk AboutContinue reading “A #bookreview of John W. Howell’s ETERNAL ROAD”

A #bookreview of Rachel Caine’s Heartbreak Bay #thriller

Ciao, amici! I’ve got another book review in the psychological thriller/serial killer genre to share with you today. My Review: A Bittersweet, Blockbuster Ending to the Series It’s not often I read a first-person/present-tense story and find myself swept away. Usually the POV and tense intrude and interrupt my enjoyment, though I don’t penalize aContinue reading “A #bookreview of Rachel Caine’s Heartbreak Bay #thriller”

The Ripperologists #bookreview #mystery

Ciao, amici! Those of you who know me well know I have a bit of an obsession with Jack the Ripper. So, it should come as no surprise to you that I snatched up this book when I saw it. A New Jack Meets a New Breed of Detectives—Ripperologists This concept promised a contemporary andContinue reading “The Ripperologists #bookreview #mystery”

Ghostly Interference by Jan Sikes #bookreview #pnr

Ciao, amici! My schedule has shifted, and while I can’t say I have more time on my hands, I can allot it differently now. I’ve started to read for pleasure again, something I haven’t been able to do for quite some time. Last week, I read Ghostly Interference by Jan Sikes, book one of herContinue reading “Ghostly Interference by Jan Sikes #bookreview #pnr”

Kit Frick’s I KILLED ZOE SPANOS #BookReview

Ciao, amici! I actually managed to read a book for pleasure for a change. Today, I’d like to share with you my thoughts on the YA thriller, I Killed Zoe Spanos by Kit Frick. Fascinating Plot that Slightly Fizzled at the End I don’t read a lot of YA, but I do read a lotContinue reading “Kit Frick’s I KILLED ZOE SPANOS #BookReview”

Sue Coletta’s RACKED #bookreview #suspense

Ciao, amici. Today, I want to share my early thoughts on Sue Coletta’s upcoming release, Racked. Sue has two ongoing series at the moment, and I’m hard-pressed to say which I enjoy more—Mayhem or Grafton County. Racked is book four of her Grafton County series, and it allows us to revisit one of my favoriteContinue reading “Sue Coletta’s RACKED #bookreview #suspense”

Book Review: Cusp of Night by Mae Clair

The truth hides in dark places . . . Recently settled in Hode’s Hill, Pennsylvania, Maya Sinclair is enthralled by the town’s folklore, especially the legend about a centuries-old monster. A devil-like creature with uncanny abilities responsible for several horrific murders, the Fiend has evolved into the stuff of urban myth. But the past livesContinue reading “Book Review: Cusp of Night by Mae Clair”

Reviewing A Desolate Hour by Mae Clair

Writers are an interesting bunch. If we consider ourselves as individual companies, then technically other writers would be our competition. But we don’t think that way. We think of ourselves as a community, and as such, we share tips and tricks, and we support each other. One of the ways we do that is byContinue reading “Reviewing A Desolate Hour by Mae Clair”