• Review: Infected: Holden Mean Streets Book 1

    If you know me at all you know that the original Infected series is one of my all time favorite UF series and Holden was one of my favorite characters in that. I went into this with both excitement and trepidation. I so wanted it to be good but was worried...

  • Review: Catch as Cat Can A Sunny & Shadow Mystery, #5

    “Catch as Cat Can” is a fun cozy mystery that has the small town elements of interconnected characters, a nicely simmering romance, a dead body, a gradually unveiled mystery, and helpful secondary characters. I love the determined kitty who is a stowaway,...

  • Review: Among the Wicked A Kate Burkholder Novel

    “Among the Wicked” was written by Linda Castillo and is one book in the Kate Burkholder series. One of her novels was adapted into a Lifetime original movie. I have read her work before and knew I was destined for a long time on the couch reading this...

  • Review: Crowned and Dangerous A Royal Spyness Mystery, #10

    Darcy whisks Georgie off for what she thinks is a romantic getaway but she soon discovers that he intends for them to marry at Gretna Green. Throwing aside the concerns of her needing permission to marry due to her being in line for the crown (thirty-fifth...

  • Review: Still Mine

    Amy Stuart has created one of the most interesting characters I've ever read about, in Clare. She has a past, but most do. It's her decisions that are so interesting. I become more and more intrigued every time I find out a detail about her past. I would...

  • Review: Spells and Scones A Magical Bakery Mystery, #6

    Bailey Cates can really bake up a good mystery. Cates never disappoints with the Magical Bakery Mysteries. Baked goods, great recipes, and antics from her familiar and the great cast of supporting characters all combine to make these magical whodunits...

  • Review: Cat With a Clue A Bookmobile Cat Mystery, #5

    Once again Ms. Cass makes murder, cat, and a reading bookmobile a killer hobby! Her characters sparkle with wit and generosity that never grows old. This is the perfect book to read when one has a few minutes. There are new characters and new dilemmas....

  • Review: Grilling the Subject A Cookbook Nook Mystery, #5

    Another outstanding cookbook nook mystery! This is a book with recipes in back (and they sound delicious). This time the subject is barbequing and it's perfect for those sultry days after Labor Day Weekend! Ms. Wood's characters are greatly detailed and...

  • Review: Ritual Crime Unit: Spirit Animals

    Another great novelist with an outstanding mixture of action and description plot. The plot is a very methodical story with tons of action in a vampire who-dun-it fashion! Extremely suspenseful at times with descriptive, complex moments with easy-to-read...

  • Review: In the Land of Milk and Honey An Elizabeth Harris Novel

    Jane Jensen is the author of “In the Land of Milk and Honey”. This is a crime novel and well worth the time spent reading it. This novel is set in the Amish community in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Elizabeth Harris is a detective with the local police...

  • Review: Corralling Kenzie The Winters Sisters Book 4

    Joanne Jaytanie draws readers back into a world of intrigue and DNA manipulation with this instalment in her Winters Corporation series. Kenzie Vaughn might be a woman looking to live a simple country life but she handles every situation she comes across...

  • Review: Give Me More

    Sergei is cryptic and not much of a talker. He prefers to sit back and observe and then decide what to do. With Zoey those ingrained behaviors go out the window the minute he sees her. There is some instalove and undeniable attraction that moves things...

  • Review: The Homeplace

    “The Homeplace” is an elegant and quiet novel which weaves a suspenseful and atmospheric mystery against the backdrop of Comanche County, Colorado. Chase Ford has returned home after a sixteen year absence. He is looking for a place of solace after making...

  • Review: Body on the Bayou A Cajun Country Mystery, #2

    Artist Maggie Crozat is settling in at her family’s bed and breakfast, the Crozat Plantation, in Pelican, Louisiana. Just when life is returning to normal for the family, after the past murders at the B&B, Maggie ends up feeling sorry for very pregnant,...

  • Review: alt. Sherlock Holmes New Visions of the Great Detective

    This was a great way to read new books about a character that I love. I loved the new ideas, especially the different time periods. I also liked that Sherlock had different quirks then the original. However I did not like that Sherlock was a female in...

  • Review: A Story to Kill A Cat Latimer Mystery, #1

    “A Story to Kill” was a very fun book for me to read. The idea of remodeling a house always brings a lot of weapons to a murder scene. Especially When Cat got the house from her ex-husband. Who knows how shady he was. Add in the writer visiting the Bed...

  • Review: The Devil's Cold Dish Will Rees Mysteries

    If you like reading historical mystery novels, you will enjoy “The Devil’s Cold Dish’ by Eleanor Kuhns. This novel is set in Maine in 1796 on the farm of weaver Will Rees. Rees is an itinerant weaver moving from town to town weaving cloth for the women...

  • Review: Walk Into Silence

    The setting for “Walk Into Silence” is current day Texas. Patrick Dielman reports his wife missing. Is this just a case of a bored housewife, perhaps an affair or is it something more sinister? Detective Jo Larsen is put on as head of this case. After...

  • Review: Survivors Will Be Shot Again Sheriff Dan Rhodes Mysteries

    "Survivors Will Be Shot Again" is another entertaining installment in the Dan Rhodes mystery series! Dan’s decision to take a day off backfires when his routine stop at the grocery store has him foiling a robbery with a loaf of bread. But, his day is...

  • Review: Trophy Target A Lethal Solutions Thriller

    “Trophy Target” is a story based on political convenience. A prince disappears from the safety of his royal family to join a foreign military. Due to his profile, the Danish government did not allow him to join the military because of the fact that he...

  • Review: The Branson Beauty Sheriff Hank Worth Mysteries, #1

    We live about 15 minutes from Branson and this book was so real with its locations and descriptions of the many theaters and scenery around Branson, Missouri. Table Rock Lake is a beautiful place, so I immediately became hooked. The book was so realistic...

  • Review: Stripped Bare Book 1

    Kate Fox is something else. Her whole life gets turned around when she finds out that her husband was shot and has been cheating on her. His mother wants Kate’s help in his re-election since he’s going to be stuck in the hospital. While doing that Kate...

  • Review: Blood on the Tracks Sydney Rose Parnell Series, #1

    It never ceases to amaze me how cruel people can be, especially when others are different. Some war vets do come back different, but that does not mean that you automatically assume that they committed a crime. Though you are supposed to look at those...

  • Review: Her Darkest Nightmare Dr. Evelyn Talbot Novels, #1

    Well what can I say... First Brenda Novak treats us to “Hanover House” which turns out to be the first book in her new series. “Hanover House”, which was billed as a novella, was a remarkable page turner that alternatively entertained and scared the heck...

  • Review: Elmore Leonard: Four Later Novels: Get Shorty / Rum Punch / Out of Sight / Tishomingo Blues

    This collection features four novels by the prolific crime novelist Elmore Leonard. These books were originally published throughout the 1990’s and into the early 2000’s. The first book featured is ‘Get Shorty’, the first novel featuring Chili Palmer....

  • Review: Strawberry Tartlets and a Dead Starlet Poppy Peters Mysteries Book 4

    Author A. Gardner has brought back the deliciously delightful sleuthing duo with this latest cozy mystery. Poppy Peters and her best friend Bree are still stirring up tasty desserts and trouble. Watching Poppy getting embroiled in another murder investigation...

  • Review: Throw Away Girls Jaycee Wilder Series, #1

    “Throw away girls” is gritty thriller about Jaycee Wilder, an LA TV reporter, who is on the tail of a serial killer. A serial killer who is killing women in underground sex clubs and writing the word, “throw away girl” in their blood. Some of the characters...

  • Review: The Asset

    “The Asset” is a story based on post 9/11 terrorists attacks. The main character is Kennedy. He is a TSA security consultant and is charged with protecting all of America's airports. However there is a sudden turn of events which somehow gets him in on...

  • Review: The Pursuit of Pearls Clara Vine, #4

    “The Pursuit of Pearls” by Jane Thynne is book four in the Clara Vine series. Not only is the novel’s historical World War II setting my favorite setting but it is expertly written. This is a spy novel at its best. The main character is actress Clara...

  • Review: The Charmers

    "The Charmers" proved to be a real letdown for me. The shuffling point of view can be an excellent device when setting the tone for a mystery novel such as this one, but it jumped around erratically with little direction. The villa has a beautifully tragic...

  • Review: Person of Interest A Celeste Eagan Mystery, #1

    Emery Harper introduces a fabulous new addition to the ranks of amateur sleuths with this lively mystery. How could I not love a ginger heroine with a penchant for pink and solving mysteries? Celeste Eagan isn’t too young or too old. She isn’t too dumb...

  • Review: Hidden Impact A Safeguard Novel, #1

    Piper J. Drake dishes out a delicious adventure with the first book in her “Safeguard” series. From the very first sentence I was hooked. I knew that I was definitely in for an adventure and I wasn’t disappointed at all. I wasn’t even disappointed by...

  • Review: Going Hard Divemasters Book 3

    This third book in Ms Rylon’s Divemasters series is just as interesting and addicting as the first two. (Don’t worry, you don’t have to read the first two books to thoroughly and completely love this one.) This story has it all. Even if you’ve never dived...

  • Review: Cat in an Alphabet Endgame The Midnight Louie Mysteries, #28

    Midnight Louie fans rejoice – it’s time for the “Alphabet Endgame’. Midnight Louie’s roommate, PR powerhouse Temple Barr, is contemplating marriage. Will syndicated radio counselor and ex-priest Matt Devine's inside track lose out to the return of that...

  • Article: Cover Reveal: Triple Six by Erica Spindler

    Today we have the chance to share with you the cover for "Triple Six". This book releases on 11/17/16. You can pre-order it now on Amazon.com. Triple Six - The Lightkeepers Book 2 The countdown continues . . . Detectives Micki Dare and Zach...

  • Review: A Churn for the Worse An Amish Mystery, #5

    “A Churn for the Worse” by Laura Bradford provides wonderful glimpses of a society that is very different from what I am used to. I was fascinated to read of the way problems are handled, the trusting nature that underlies the interactions of the Amish...

  • Review: Ultimate Courage True Heroes, #2

    “Ultimate Courage” by J. Piper Drake is an exciting and heartwarming tale, particularly because of a young girl nicknamed Boom and a canine named Souze. The tension displayed by the beleagured Elisa Hall and the solace she finds with these wonderfully...

  • Review: The Wolf Road

    “The Wolf Road” is a beautifully gritty story that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where Elka, the main character, is searching for her parents while being chased through harsh environments by a revenge-lust sheriff, Lyon and a ruthless serial...

  • Review: A Time of Torment A Charlie Parker Thriller

    Charlie Parker is back! The author, John Connolly bring sanother thriller that will have you guessing as you turn each page. The story holds on to you from the first to the last. We have a hero from the community that is gripped with fear. Jerome Burnel...

  • Review: Thrill Kill A Matt Sinclair Mystery, #2

    I didn't read the first book of the “Matt Sinclair” mystery series. The author, Brian Thiem was once an Oakland homicide detective and so this book gets a personal touch of the life of a homicide detective. This book doesn't get bogged down with the slow...

  • Review: Zero Zero Series Book 1

    "Zero" by Morgan Dark is a really great suspense story. It follows the life of Kyle Bradford and also the burglar Zero. Kyle is a student at a prestigious school. His parents are dead and he has been adopted by his mom's friend. Kyle's life is plush and...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Loreth Anne White

    Thanks for joining us Loreth. Please tell us about your book IN THE BARREN GROUND is the story of young, rookie cop, Tana Larsson, who is driven by her past mistakes to take a post in the far north, close to the Arctic Circle—a place where darkness consumes...

  • Article: Q&A with Susan Furlong aka Lucy Arlington! - Dark Streets

    Susan Furlong , writing under the name of Lucy Arlington , pens the Novel Idea Mysteries! Let’s get to know her a little better! Tell us a little about your background: I left the teaching profession when our first child was born and began writing...

  • Review: Shoot to Thrill CASI #2

    The second book in TL Shaefer’s CASI series is here. In “Shoot to Thrill” Arin and Jonah were two fascinating characters. I can't even imagine being in a world like theirs. If our government was as corrupt and full of holes as what they dealt with, then...

  • Review: In the Clearing Tracy Crosswhite Series, #3

    “In the Clearing” is a crazy read, but it had my attention from the first page. Detective Tracy Crosswhite is so awesome and I hope my sister grows to be as good if not better considering she wants to be in the same field. Solving a 40 year old murder...

  • Review: Toasting Up Trouble A Dinner Club Mystery, #1

    “Toasting Up Trouble” is the debut novel in the “Dinner Club Mystery” series. This first installment sets a positive tone for the series, getting it off to a terrific start. J.J. Tanner is an event planner and culinary enthusiast, living in Vermont. As...

  • Review: A Dark and Stormy Murder A Writer's Apprentice Mystery, #1

    “A Dark and Stormy Murder” is an entertaining mystery that also pays homage to the Gothic suspense novels of days past. If a book has even the tiniest hint of a Gothic slant or tone, I’m all over it. So, it’s no surprise that I found this book was a wonderful...

  • Review: Dark Road Home A Gin Sullivan Mystery, #1

    What happens when tragedy strikes and justice isn't forthcoming? It gets put in the past, or at least it appears so. Gin (Virginia Sullivan) has lost her sister Lily, whose body after 20 years has just now been found. Gin has a strained relationship with...

  • Review: The Body Reader

    I was very excited to read “The Body Reader”. Not only did the cover catch my eye but the definition in the back sealed the deal. I read this book in a day and that's really rare for me, it should tell you just how good this really is. Jude is my hero....

  • Review: Torn LOST Series #4

    Torn is the 4th book in the LOST series and I was excited to read it. I always wondered about Victoria and what her deal was. What makes someone want to be an forensic anthropologist? Why is is she so much better with the dead than living people? Does...

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The Streets Have No King by JaQuavis Coleman

A street thriller of kidnapping, murder, trickery, and love that will have you at the edge of your seat.

After 7 years of prison, multi-millionaire drug mogul Kane Garrett is back on the streets. But instead of diving back into the drug game, he’s teaching a college class, infusing business principles with his signature ruthless edge he developed in the streets. When a student—and heavy heroin dealer—named Basil catches Kane’s eye, Kane takes him on as a protégé and together, they build the biggest, smartest drug trafficking business the state has ever seen.

But when Basil meets Moriah, Kane’s only daughter, lines get crossed and their dominant business union becomes a deadly rivalry. Welcome to a world where the kings meet their end and no one stays at the top for long. The crown always lies heavy on he who commands the streets—and Kane and Basil will fight to claim their rule, before power is toppled again, in The Streets Have No King by New York Times bestselling author JaQuavis Coleman.

Beach Lawyer by Avery Duff

After five grueling years, Robert Worth is just days away from making partner at a powerful Santa Monica law firm. When a client confides in him that senior partner Jack Pierce sexually assaulted her, Robert breaks two of his mentor’s cardinal rules: Never let yourself get emotional about clients. And never make an enemy of Jack Pierce.

Robert crosses Pierce and is fired on the spot, losing not only his job but also his reputation. Advised to go quietly, Robert vows revenge against the ruthless man who betrayed him. But his investigation uncovers a twisted shadow world of sex, infidelity, and deception, where nothing is as it seems and no one can be trusted. Only one thing is clear: Pierce will go the limit to keep his secrets.

This straight shooter will need to use every angle if he hopes to win. But could victory come at too high a price?

Last Oracle

In Washington, D.C., a homeless man takes an assassin's bullet and dies in Commander Gray Pierce's arms. A bloody coin clutched in the dead man's hand--an ancient relic that can be traced back to the Greek Oracle of Delphi...