• 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...

  • Review: Burn What Will Burn

    Bob Reynolds is living an isolated and lonely life after losing his wife. He lives in a run down home out in the middle of nowhere. He has a problem with alcohol and is struggling to be a writer. One morning he finds a dead body in the creek by his house....

  • Review: Priced to Kill Cindy York Mysteries book #2

    Catherine Bruns brings back a fantastic amateur sleuthing duo with this sweet and sentimental cozy mystery. Cindy York is such a wonderful cozy heroine, she’s a little overwhelmed with her busy life but she is a genuinely good woman. I enjoyed watching...

  • Review: Going Deep Divemasters Book 2

    Intrigue, adventure and romance are intertwined in this extremely interesting story that will make you look at scientific research in a whole new way. Someone is willing to kill to keep the research concerning a cure for cancer from going anywhere. From...

  • Review: The Perfect Suspect

    Nancy Sweetland writes her author heroine into a corner with this interesting romantic suspense story. Jen Wright finds herself right in the action and I couldn’t help but admire her calm when faced with such a crazy situation. I also wasn’t sure if I...

  • Review: Jigsaw Black Raven Book 2

    "Jigsaw" by Stella Barcelona is an exciting and spellbinding tale of terrorism, politics, and global cooperation with a delicious counterpoint of lost love and dedication to ethics and the requirements of the job, no matter how unpalatable. I love the...

  • Review: Biker Bad Boys in Big Trouble Book 1

    Zak is undercover and his base of operations is a mechanic shop where he has an inside man. The job was supposed to be simple but things never go as planned. It gets even more complicated when his neighbor, Kaitlin, unknowingly gets involved. Now instead...

  • Review: Bouncer Bad Boys in Big Trouble Book 2

    Reece and Jessica are both undercover and their jobs are only more complicated when they are told by their handlers to use each other for information. Jessica thought Reece was hot and a viable candidate to devirginize her, among other things. Reece was...

  • Review: Bodyguard Bad Boys In Big Trouble Book 3

    Bodyguard was amasing. Deke and Chloe were fascinating and it took me a couple hours to read it. Chloe is on a date with a dick named Ned and it goes downhill from there. Ned is an asshole and I don't feel sorry for how he was treated at the stadium....

  • Review: Irresistibly Yours The Durand Chronicles - Book Two

    This is the 2nd book in the “Durand Chronicles” by Lark Brennan, however, it’s the first one I have read in the series. It has some major flaws. The relationship seems weird between the hero and heroine because it felt too one-sided. I also came to disliked...

  • Review: Behind the Scars Small Town Secrets Book 2

    Kate and Daire are two people who are dealing with a lot of pain, rejection and fear. They both have their scars and I was rooting for them from the very beginning. When Kate gets a stalker things go from crazy to dangerous. Her stalker is completely...

  • Review: Lipstick, Lies & Dead Guys Gianna Mancini Mysteries Book 1

    Jennifer Fischetto introduces a fun new cozy series with this amusing mystery. Gianna Mancini is so easy to empathize with even though I basically have nothing in common with her. That is except for the fact that my family is a little crazy too. I loved...

  • Review: Miniskirts, Mai Tais & Dead Guys Gianna Mancini Mysteries Book 2

    Jennifer Fishetto serves up a delicious cozy mystery with this fun ghost story. Gianna Mancini is a refreshingly normal young woman. Even if she does see dead people and speaks to them and often helps them crossover. I loved her family and how close knit...

  • Review: The Cat, The Collector and the Killer Cats in Trouble Mystery, #8

    In the eighth installment of Leann Sweeney’s “Cats in Trouble” series, newlyweds Jillian Hart and police chief Tom Stewart are enjoying peaceful, newly wedded bliss until a woman is found wandering the streets one night. She's in her night clothes, disoriented,...

  • Review: Heart Strike Delta Force, #2

    M.L. Buchman is such an amazing writer and “Heart Strike” just improves on his powers. This is the second book in the “Delta Force” series. I had the great pleasure of reading the first one and fell in love with the series. “Heart Strike” just makes me...

  • Review: Gone Too Deep Search and Rescue, #3

    This was a really good book that I more or less devoured in a couple of hours. Gone Too Deep is the third chapter in Katie Ruggle's Search and Rescue series. This story kept me captivated from the first page with a pulse-pounding suspense and scorching...

  • Review: Open Grave Ann Lindell Mysteries

    This award winning Swedish mystery series has garnered critical and commercial success in other countries. Scandinavian thrillers have quickly found an audience among American crime and mystery lovers with the incredible success of Henning Mankell, Steig...

  • Review: Between a Book and a Hard Place A Devereaux's Dime Store Mystery, #5

    “Between a Book and a Hard Place” by Denise Swanson is a fun story with a sensual twist that reminds us we can choose our friends (and lovers) but we can’t choose our relatives (or step-relatives). This somewhat wacky cozy mystery is a bit misleading...

  • Review: Irish Stewed An Ethnic Eats Mystery, #1

    Laurel Inwood is a very strong and proud woman. After losing her job as a Hollywood personal chef, Laurel travels to Hubbard, Ohio. There she is going to help out her Aunt Sophie, with her restaurant, Sophie’s Terminal at the Tracks. But, unfortunately...

  • Review: Hearse and Gardens Hamptons Home & Garden Mystery, #2

    Meg Barrett is an interior designer, who works in the Hamptons. She moved to Montauk when she quit her magazine job and left her cheating ex-fiancé. Meg loves living in Montauk and being near her friend Elle Warner. Life is working out pretty well for...

  • Review: Éclair and Present Danger An Emergency Dessert Squad Mystery, #1

    This was a fun start to a new cozy mystery series. Winnie is in the process of losing her bakery and is hoping that a recent inheritance will help her out. Unfortunately for her she doesn't inherit money, she inherits a vintage ambulance and a cranky...

  • Review: Ink and Bone

    This story starts out with a bang as a father with his two children are out hiking. Strangers appear seemingly out of nowhere, shooting both the father and son and they abduct the little girl. Months later Abbey still has not been found and her mother...

  • Review: Dead End Street A Museum Mystery, #7

    "Dead End Street" is a good read. Ms. Connolly places a lot of information to show the behind-the-scenes movements needed at times in order to preserve history. Her dedication to accurate portrayals is surpassed only by her ability to tell a good tale...

  • Review: A Sacrificial Matter

    “A Sacrificial Matter” is a story based in the early twentieth century. It involves a murder that had all the signs of a sacrifice. At least that is what it seems like on the surface. Further investigation by the Darcy's (a husband and wife detective...

  • Review: Unrelenting Love Black Swan Book 1

    KaLyn Cooper kicks butt with this romantic suspense. I want to be Katlin Callahan or one of her Black Swan ladies when I grow up. I can’t imagine a more well-rounded heroine. On the surface she might appear too perfect, but she is fabulous, she has flaws...

  • Review: Ukulele Murder Aloha Lagoon Mysteries book #1

    Leslie Langtry serenades readers with the tempting sounds of Hawaii in this delightful mystery. Nani Johnson is talented and determined I adored her gumption in sticking to her chosen instrument even in the face of such diversity. The opposition and hostility...

  • Review: The Princess and the Poison Storybook Park Mysteries book #1

    Carol E. Ayer offers up the not so fairy tale lifestyle of the owner of a storybook theme park in this cozy mystery. Ashling Cleary is quite endearing. Her fear of commitment, her stress eating and her worry for her friends and employees made her appealing...

  • Review: Dumpster Dicing Bunco Biddies Book 1

    Julie B. Cosgrove delivers a modern day Miss Marple times three with this delightful new cozy mystery. Janie, Betsy Ann and Ethel are three determined ladies and watching them divide and conquer as they investigate in their retirement community was a...

  • Review: inCapable An inCapable World Novel Book 1

    incapable is a good book!!! The title captured the essence of the story or maybe how the main characters felt throughout their lives growing up. Evie and Declan were the main characters of this story that made the reader feel like it is possible to change...

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

    Event planner Josephine “J.J.” Tanner has a full plate, but that’s the way she likes it. First, it’s her turn to choose the recipe for the next meeting of the Culinary Capers Dinner Club, a gathering of foodie friends who experiment with entrées for their...

  • Review: Little Girl Gone An Afton Tangler Thriller, #1

    On a frozen night in an affluent neighborhood of Minneapolis, a baby is abducted from her home after her teenage babysitter is violently assaulted. The parents are frantic, the police are baffled, and, with the perpetrator already in the wind, the trail...

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

    In this, the fifth Bookmobile Cat Mystery, librarian Minnie and her cat Eddie return, this time to solve the mystery of a woman’s mysterious death in – of all places – the public library! The victim is an out of towner who was in town for a relative’s...

  • Review: Killer Look An Alexandra Cooper Novel

    In this exciting new installment of the Alexandra Cooper seriesl the gang is all together again as they try to solve the murder of a model and determine whether a fashion mogul's suicide is as straight forward as it seems. The story starts shortly after...

  • Review: A Grave Prediction Psychic Eye Mystery, #14

    Victoria Laurie gives us number 14 in her “Psychic Eye” mysteries, which follow the adventures of psychic Abby Cooper, who’s now a consultant for the FBI. Abby is sent to San Diego on a mission: to train FBI officers to use their intuition. After a somewhat...

  • Review: The Diva Serves High Tea A Domestic Diva Mystery, #10

    Sometimes I'm in the mood for a good cozy mystery and I love all things tea related so I decided to try this series. I'm glad I did because this was a fun and entertaining story. In this installation a new tea shop opens and the gang is excited to be...

  • Review: The Art of Murder Dead-End Job Mystery, #14

    This is a series book, but it doesn't feel like one, especially with the end summary. There was good characterization and use of surprise elements. Every action has consequences and counter-consequences. Lots of good humor follows this book (i.e. the...

  • Review: The Ex

    When she hears that her former boyfriend is the prime suspect in three homicides, Olivia Randall decides she’ll step in and lend a hand in his defense. A well known defense lawyer, Olivia certainly has the expertise to assist in the case, plus she feels...

  • Review: The Last One

    In her debut as a novelist Alexandra Oliva has created a gripping post-apocalypse story that underscores one’s survival instincts in a rather startling manner. The story begins when the novel’s heroine, a woman dubbed “Zoo” because she loves animals,...

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    First up we have an awesome giveaway for you and below you get to delve into an Exclusive Excerpt and Cinnamon Muffin recipe! Enter to win an Autographed copy of "Death at the Day Lily Cafe"! Death at the Day Lily Cafe - Rosalie Hart, #2 Rosalie...

  • Review: Title Wave A Booktown Mystery, #10

    Tricia Miles is ready to relax while her mystery bookstore, Haven’t Got A Clue, is being rebuilt. Her sister, Angelica, as head of the Chamber of Commerce, has arranged a cruise for the fellow business owners in Stoneham, and Tricia plans to soak up some...

  • Review: The Body in the Wardrobe Faith Fairchild Mysteries, #23

    This latest Faith Fairchild mystery moves back and forth between New England where Faith’s family lives and Savannah, Georgia, where her friend, Sophie Maxwell, has relocated after her marriage. While Faith is operating her catering business while raising...

  • Review: The Hemingway Thief

    Setting: Paris 1922 (Hemingway's suitcase containing a very rare manuscript is stolen) As this is taking place we have "Coop" Henry Cooper. He is introduced to the reader. He is the author of vampire romance novels. He goes into hiding in order to try...

  • Review: Little Black Lies

    People always feel it more when a crime involves a child. They don’t know who to trust or who to ask for information and they are under the assumption that everyone lies until proven otherwise. It seems that small towns always have secrets and the Falkland...

  • Review: Dying for a Taste A Sally Solari Mystery

    This cozy mystery has a major flaw and some minor flaws. The major flaw is the overuse of “cuss words” (f*ck, b*tch, and godd *mn, and many more) that kept appearing every few pages at the start of this book. The minor flaws include: a writing flow problem,...

  • Review: Liar Liar A Helen Grace Thriller, #4

    I am addicted to this series! I believe it is one of the very best British Mystery series on the market right now. Fires alight the night, and the cops are puzzled by the rash of arson. Is it a distraction used to commit a larger crime? It’s up to Helen...

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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...

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?

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.