A review of “Stainless Steel (Women of the Grey book 3)” by Carol James Marshall

Full disclosure - I was provided an advanced reader’s copy of this book by the author but have voluntarily provided a review. All opinions are my own. How it all ends Stainless Steel is the final book in the Women of the Grey Trilogy by Carol James Marshall. This final chapter follows primarily only a … Continue reading A review of “Stainless Steel (Women of the Grey book 3)” by Carol James Marshall

A review of “Necropolis (Necropolis Trilogy Book 3)” by Sean Deville

The End? Necropolis is the final book in the Necropolis Trilogy by author Sean Deville. This final chapter continues to follow the effects of the virus as it makes its inexorable spread across the world. With the major continents in ruin, the focus turns to the United States. Rachel and her undead army continue to … Continue reading A review of “Necropolis (Necropolis Trilogy Book 3)” by Sean Deville

A review of “Ronin (The Last Reindeer): A Science Fiction Adventure (Claus Book 6)” by Tony Bertauski

Full disclosure - I was provided an advanced reader’s copy of this book by the author but have voluntarily provided a review. All opinions are my own. The Baddest of the Bad Ronin (The Last Reindeer) is the newest Christmas themed novel by author Tony Bertauski. Having previously retold the tales of several beloved Christmas … Continue reading A review of “Ronin (The Last Reindeer): A Science Fiction Adventure (Claus Book 6)” by Tony Bertauski

A review of Get Real (Dale Conley Action Thrillers Series Book 4) by Erik Carter

Full disclosure - I was provided an advanced reader’s copy of this book by the author but have voluntarily provided a review. All opinions are my own. What is real? Get Real, the fourth in the Dale Conley series by Erik Carter follows BEI agent Dale Conley as he goes undercover in San Francisco to … Continue reading A review of Get Real (Dale Conley Action Thrillers Series Book 4) by Erik Carter

A review of “Death Calls: (Wildcat Wizard Book 9)” by Al K. Line

Full Disclosure – I was provided a copy of the book by the author as a member of his “A-Team”, however, have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. Death Becomes Him Death Calls is ninth in the Wildcat Wizard series of novels and continues the adventures of Arthur “The Hat” … Continue reading A review of “Death Calls: (Wildcat Wizard Book 9)” by Al K. Line

A review of “Scavenger Girl book 3 – Season of Hytalia” by Jennifer Arntson

A review of “Scavenger Girl book 3 – Season of Hytalia” by Jennifer Arntson Rainy Season Full disclosure – I was provided a copy of this book by the author; however, I have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. Season of Hytalia is scheduled for an early October 2018 release … Continue reading A review of “Scavenger Girl book 3 – Season of Hytalia” by Jennifer Arntson

A review of “Beyond Good & Evil: A Serial Killer Thriller (Victor Loshak Book 1)” by Tim McBain, LT Vargus and E.M. Smith

Full disclosure - I was provided an advanced reader’s copy of this book by the authors but have voluntarily provided a review. All opinions are my own. Going Solo Beyond Good and Evil is the first in a new series by Tim McBain and LT Vargus in collaboration with fellow author E.M. Smith. Acting as … Continue reading A review of “Beyond Good & Evil: A Serial Killer Thriller (Victor Loshak Book 1)” by Tim McBain, LT Vargus and E.M. Smith

A review of “Pigeon Blood Red” by Ed Duncan

Full disclosure, I was provided with a copy of this book by the author or their representative, however, I have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. It’s just business Pigeon Blood Red is the debut novel by author Ed Duncan and can best be described as a gangster type thriller … Continue reading A review of “Pigeon Blood Red” by Ed Duncan

A review of “The Fox, The Dog and the King (The Cassie Tam Files, #2)” by Matt Doyle

Full disclosure, I was provided an advanced copy of this book by the author, however, I have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. Kings and Pawns The Fox, The Dog, and The King is the second in the Cassie Tam series of books by Matt Doyle. Picking up approximately 6 … Continue reading A review of “The Fox, The Dog and the King (The Cassie Tam Files, #2)” by Matt Doyle

A review of “The Scattered and The Dead Book 2.6” by Tim McBain and L.T. Vargus

Full disclosure - I was provided an advanced reader’s copy of this book by the authors but have voluntarily provided a review. Scouting missions The Scattered and The Dead 2.6 is an interesting deviation from the other installments in this series. Where the previous books were staggered in whole and half numbers, here is the … Continue reading A review of “The Scattered and The Dead Book 2.6” by Tim McBain and L.T. Vargus