Review of Mark Edward’s “The Lucky Ones”

Links to Purchase Book From: Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/Goodreads Author Related Links Visit Mark Edward’s Website Follow Mark Edward’s Twitter Account Like Mark Edward’s Facebook Fan Page Synopsis: It was the happiest day of her life. Little did she know it was also the last. When a woman’s body is found in the grounds of a…

Dani Hoots’ Review of by Peter Clines

14 by Peter Clines Amazon/Kobo/Goodreads Published by: Permuted Press Review by: Dani Hoots Padlocked doors. Strange light fixtures. Mutant cockroaches. There are some odd things about Nate’s new apartment. Of course, he has other things on his mind. He hates his job. He has no money in the bank. No girlfriend. No plans for the…

Spotlight Feature:Brainstorm by Elaine Viets

     Released within the last week, Brainstorm By Elaine Viets promises to be a tense thriller with a certain dose of psychological depth…   Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/ IndieBound Release Date: August 2nd, 2016 Publisher: Thomas & Mercer Publications   Synopsis: The ultrawealthy families of Chouteau Forest may look down on a woman like death investigator Angela…

Dani Hoots’ Review of Chase the Dark by Annette Marie

Chase the Dark by Annette Marie Amazon/Barnes&Noble/Goodreads Review by: Dani Hoots Piper Griffiths wants one thing in life: To become a Consul, a keeper of the peace between humans and daemons. There are three obstacles in her way. The first is Lyre. Incubus. Hotter than hell and with a wicked streak to match. His greatest…

Dani Hoots’ Review of Faces in the Water by Tonya Macalino

Faces in the Water (The Shades of Venice, #1) by Tonya Macalino Amazon/Barnes&Noble Published by: Crystal Mosaic Books Review by: Dani Hoots ho created that slide of silk across your skin as you reached for your cinematic lover?Who recorded the crushing weight of the grizzly as you fought for your life in the fictional wilderness? It…

Review of Tess Gerritsen’s “Playing With Fire”

Indiebound/Barnes & Nobles/Amazon/Books-A-Million Synopsis, Taken From IndieBound: A gripping standalone thriller by the “New York Times” bestselling author of the Rizzoli & Isles series In a shadowy antiques shop in Rome, violinist Julia Ansdell happens upon a curious piece of music the “Incendio” waltz and is immediately entranced by its unusual composition. Full of passion,…

Review of The Girl Without A Name by Sandra Block

Libro.FM(Audiobook)/ Indiebound/ Hachette Books/Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/Kobo Review Written by: Jessica C. Synopsis, Taken from Hachette Books: In what passes for an ordinary day in a psych ward, Dr. Zoe Goldman is stumped when a highly unusual case arrives. A young African American girl, found wandering the streets of Buffalo in a catatonic state, is brought…

Review of The Einstein Prophecy, by Robert Masello

Indiebound/Barnes & Nobles/Amazon/Amazon Publishing Synopsis (Product Description Taken from Indiebound): As war rages in 1944, young army lieutenant Lucas Athan recovers a sarcophagus excavated from an Egyptian tomb. Shipped to Princeton University for study, the box contains mysteries that only Lucas, aided by brilliant archaeologist Simone Rashid, can unlock. These mysteries may, in fact, defy…

Review of Kim Harrison’s “The Drafter,” & Giveaway

      GIVEAWAY ALERT: Leave a comment on this post, expressing anything of your choosing about this review, author, or novel, to enter for the chance to win a hardcover copy of Kim Harrison’s The Drafter. A winner will be selected at random at 11:59pm. Thursday, September 10, 2015.  Only those living in the US…

MILLY x LUCKIEST GIRL ALIVE SWEEPSTAKES!

   Hi fellow blog readers and fans, you might be interested (more like really excited) about the following giveaway that Simon & Schuster is promoting for Jessica Knoll’s recent bestselling thriller- Luckiest Girl Alive (clicking on this hyperlinked text will take you to our review of this phenomenal book). To enter the contest, please be sure…

Review of Awake by Natasha Preston

Barnes & Nobles/IndieBound/Kobo/Books-A-Million/Sourcebooks Review Written by: Jessica C. Since my review of White as Snow  by Salla Simukka I have noticed a new abundance of novels and stories cropping up that include cults in the story line. Cults are unto themselves fascinating and twisted fixtures in fiction as much as reality, so to have a story…