Review – The Prick by D.C. Wales

Synopsis: Jason Hunter’s dwindling bank account is a daily reminder that Jason never should have left his job at a prestigious law firm to start his own practice, a solo shop located in uncomfortable proximity to a strip club. Hope arrives in the form of Maggie Moxley, a legal assistant who tearfully claims that Robert Spelkin…

Review – Blood Science by Shelley Williams

Synopsis:  Hector Oltroy is weird. That’s all anyone knows about him. The only person he feels remotely similar to is his pop, and he’s even weirder. But when Hector finds something strange in Pop’s backyard, Hector has to uncover just what Pop is involved in. It’s definitely something mysterious, and Hector digs to uncover the…

Review- Scarred: A Civil War Novel of Redemption by Michael Kenneth Smith

Synopsis: After fatally shooting the Confederate sharpshooter who killed his best friend, Zach Harkin’s sense of revenge changes to deep remorse when he views the dead man’s diary and photo. Haunted, suffering from post traumatic stress, and unable to serve, he is mustered out of service. With scant information, he begins an epic journey to…

Review: Stones Don’t Speak (Tall King’s Country Book 2) by Gry Finsnes

Synopsis: 1941, Norway. The population tries to cope with the German occupation. After her successful debut concert as a pianist, Ellen Langmo, resists the Nazis who want to use her talent in their endeavor to convince people that Hitler’s ideas are right. At the same time the resistance movements begin to take form and her…

Review: Mistress Suffragette by Diana Forbes

Synopsis: A young woman without prospects at a ball in Gilded Age Newport, Rhode Island is a target for a certain kind of “suitor.” At the Memorial Day Ball during the Panic of 1893, impoverished but feisty Penelope Stanton draws the unwanted advances of a villainous millionaire banker who preys on distressed women—the incorrigible Edgar…

Review: Blackmail Broker (Edwin Burrows Mystery Book 2) by Harvey Church

Synopsis: Just in case trying to locate his boss’s missing daughter wasn’t stressful enough, Edwin Burrows, CPA, gets called into his boss’s boss’s office; one of the firm’s clients is suspected of being blackmailed, a suspicion that becomes more realistic when a school bus is hijacked with fifty-four students on board. Once the kidnappers demand…

Review: The Sword and the Dragon (The Wardstone Trilogy)

Synopsis: When the Royal Wizard of Westland poisons the king so that his puppet prince can take the throne and start a continental war, a young squire is forced to run for his life carrying the powerful sword that his dying monarch burdened him with from the death bed.Two brothers find a magic ring and…

Review: Moscow Venture by A.K. Celer

Synposis: John Baran’s best friend dies from a bizarre, massive stroke he suffered in Moscow under mysterious conditions. John suspects foul play and goes to Moscow to get answers. Russian interests, determined to guard their secrets, engage the KGB and a GRU seductress to make sure he doesn’t pick up where his friend left off–by…

Review: Alibi Aficionado (Edwin Burrows Mystery Book 1) by Harvey Church

Synopsis: Edwin Burrows, CPA, can’t do anything right. Not marriage, not office etiquette, not saving his boss’s daughter, not even public accounting. So when he’s tasked with constructing an alibi for the firm’s biggest client, everyone has low expectations. Including Edwin. In Alibi Aficionado, Edwin Burrows is an accidental investigator, an accountant without tact or…

Review: Devil in the Dark by Chris Lindberg

Synopsis: After a deadly terrorist attack destroys a U.S.-Mexico border crossing in southwestern Texas, Border Patrol Officer Otis Brown and migrant worker Enrique Castillo emerge among the few survivors. When the mastermind behind the attack is revealed to be Javier Oropeza, Mexico’s most infamous drug lord, the Pentagon mobilizes its most skilled strike team –…

Review: Marked (The Ilenian Enigma Book 1) by Pedro Urvi

Synposis:  Komir, a young warrior from the mountains of Tremia, is trying to find his place among his tribe, the Norriel, when Fate knocks at his door in the cruelest possible way, to claim him as the hero he still does not realize he is. Together with his good friend Hartz he will begin a…

Review – Confessions of a Neighbor by Heather Nadine Lenz

Synopsis: What if you lost everyone in your family? When a young ballerina looses her Grandma, she is left completely alone in the world. Her heart yearns for the comfort of family. Alone and desperate, she thinks no one is even aware of her existence in the tiny studio, but someone is watching. It has…