A Review of: “The Red Button: The Sweet Romance Prequel to A CHRISTMAS CAROL” by Keith Eldred

Full disclosure, I was provided a copy of this book by the author or their representative, however, have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. Before the Miser Belle Endicott lives with her father in their button-making shop. Having lost her mother several years earlier Belle keeps her father company and … Continue reading A Review of: “The Red Button: The Sweet Romance Prequel to A CHRISTMAS CAROL” by Keith Eldred

A review of “Death Perception” by Lee Allen Howard

Full Disclosure – I was provided a copy of the book through the BookSirens.com website, however, have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. He knows how you died Kennet Singleton is not your average nineteen-year-old boy. Living in a small town, Kennet is probably the youngest resident in the local … Continue reading A review of “Death Perception” by Lee Allen Howard

A review of “Dog Days (Notes of Necrosoph Book 2)” 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. Another year, another note After receiving his yearly note, Soph is bound for Liverpool with Woofer and Tyr in tow to seek … Continue reading A review of “Dog Days (Notes of Necrosoph Book 2)” by Al K. Line

A review of “Necronote (Notes of Necrosoph Book 1)” 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. Urban fantasy with a twist Necrosoph is your average 340 something Necro. Living quietly in the country with his wife, 7-year-old daughter, … Continue reading A review of “Necronote (Notes of Necrosoph Book 1)” by Al K. Line

A review of “Project NEEDLENOSE” by David W. Zacharias

Full disclosure, I was provided a copy of this book by the author or their representative, however, have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. Espionage in the digital age Project NEEDLENOSE at Northside is under the gun. Having missed a crucial deadline and being threatened with a reduced payment, the … Continue reading A review of “Project NEEDLENOSE” by David W. Zacharias

A Review of “Dizzying Depths” by Lance Manion

Full disclosure, I was provided a copy of this book by the author or their representative, however, have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. Another set of shorts to offend and delight Dizzying Depths is the newest collection of shorts compiled by author Lance Manion. I was first exposed to … Continue reading A Review of “Dizzying Depths” by Lance Manion

A review of “One More Kill: A completely unputdownable pulse-pounding serial killer thriller (Brandon Fisher FBI Series Book 9)” by Carolyn Arnold

Full disclosure, I was provided a copy of this book by the author or their representative, however, have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. One More Kill is scheduled for an October 19,2021 release The Final Showdown After being dormant for over a decade, The Leopard is back on the … Continue reading A review of “One More Kill: A completely unputdownable pulse-pounding serial killer thriller (Brandon Fisher FBI Series Book 9)” by Carolyn Arnold

A review of “Countdown to Midnight (Violet Darger Book 8)” by Tim McBain and LT Vargus

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 Deadly Scavenger Hunt Freshly back from a semi-official business trip to the Caribbean Island of Curacao, Darger and Loshak are called immediately to New York. A minor … Continue reading A review of “Countdown to Midnight (Violet Darger Book 8)” by Tim McBain and LT Vargus

A review of “Bent Arrow: (Freaky Finders Book 4)” 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. Freaky closure While attempting to use an enchanted arrow to take down the Finders’ latest target Freaky and Aunty get more than … Continue reading A review of “Bent Arrow: (Freaky Finders Book 4)” by Al K. Line

A review of “The Silent Witness: An absolutely unputdownable crime thriller (Detective Amanda Steele Book 3)” 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. Through the eyes of a child An upscale neighborhood sees a family murdered in the early hours of the morning. With the only witness being … Continue reading A review of “The Silent Witness: An absolutely unputdownable crime thriller (Detective Amanda Steele Book 3)” By Carolyn Arnold