A Review of “Designed by Destiny: Fairy Godmothers Incorporated, #1” by Maya Tyler

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. Designed by Destiny is scheduled for a November 15,2022 release What Happens in Vegas can alter your entire destiny Bethany Clarke is an aspiring architect struggling to make … Continue reading A Review of “Designed by Destiny: Fairy Godmothers Incorporated, #1” by Maya Tyler

A review of “Lonesome Highway (Violet Darger FBI Mystery Thriller Book 11)” by Tim McBain and LT Vargus

Lonesome Highway is scheduled for an October 31,2022 release The (almost) perfect crime Big Jon’s Truck stop is not the largest stop on Interstate 95, nor is it the smallest but when a body turns up naked and bound in a remote area of the lot it could contend for most dangerous. Darger and Loshak … Continue reading A review of “Lonesome Highway (Violet Darger FBI Mystery Thriller Book 11)” by Tim McBain and LT Vargus

A review of “The Body in the Hole:  Book One of the Undertaker Series” by Jonathan B. Zeitlin

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. A delightfully cringy cozy mystery Somewhere in Middle Georgia a local undertaker is preparing for a funeral. One in a line of many upcoming events, Ygveny wants everything … Continue reading A review of “The Body in the Hole:  Book One of the Undertaker Series” by Jonathan B. Zeitlin

A review of “Broken World Stories” by Lance Manion

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. Another batch of twisted tales Lance Manion is back with another compilation of disjointed tales in Broken World Stories. Providing the reader with a little over 60 shorts … Continue reading A review of “Broken World Stories” by Lance Manion

A review of “Last Seen Alive: An utterly gripping and unputdownable crime thriller (Detective Amanda Steele Book 6)” by Carolyn Arnold

Full disclosure - I was provided an advanced reader’s copy of this book by the author or their representative but have voluntarily provided a review. All opinions are my own. Last Seen Alive is scheduled for an October 6, 2022 release date Too close to home Detective Amanda Steele is back in yet another gripping … Continue reading A review of “Last Seen Alive: An utterly gripping and unputdownable crime thriller (Detective Amanda Steele Book 6)” by Carolyn Arnold

A review of: “The Magicals box set: The Magicals Series” by Maya Tyler

A Completely Magical Box Set Over the past five years, author Maya Tyler has enchanted readers with her Magicals series of paranormal romances and now they are all available in a box set. From the very first book Tyler makes is clear that these are not your typical romance novels. While the romance is there, … Continue reading A review of: “The Magicals box set: The Magicals Series” by Maya Tyler

A review of “Blood Ties (Notes of Necrosoph Book 6)” 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. “Blood Ties” is scheduled for a September 9, 2022 release Thicker Than Water Freshly back from surviving another yearly note, Soph and … Continue reading A review of “Blood Ties (Notes of Necrosoph Book 6)” by Al K. Line

A review of “We Hide Our Faces (Horror Lurks Beneath Book 3)” by Ben Farthing

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. The Deviser is back for a final stand Two years have passed since the incident at the Richmond skyscraper that saw Eddie and his dad Chris fighting an … Continue reading A review of “We Hide Our Faces (Horror Lurks Beneath Book 3)” by Ben Farthing

A review of “The Finest Lies” by David J. Naiman

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. If you could replace your sibling with a better version, would you? When a snow delay turns into a snow day for warring siblings Nicole and Jay Hallett … Continue reading A review of “The Finest Lies” by David J. Naiman