• Review: No Cats Allowed A Cat in the Stacks Mystery, #7

    “No Cats Allowed” by Miranda James is a fun look at some of the eccentric characters who staff an academic library and the challenges faced, some of them fatal. The personable cat who is beloved by almost everyone has his own opinion about the contentious...

  • Review: Web of Deceit The Deceptive Lovers Series

    “Web of Deceit” is a romantic suspense full of twists and turns. We are introduced to Kaliope Winter and her best friend FBI agent Colton Brady. But secrets are being kept and they may cost their friendship. When Kelli is marked as a target by a serial...

  • Review: Wounded At The Lake Wounded SEAL Trilogy, #1

    Heroes come in many shapes. Ex-Seal Cooper Browning is now a private Investigator, PI. When he finds a hurt women at the lake his life changes. She has amnesia, but she decides on Lori as her name. She starts a new life with the Cooper’s family. Cooper...

  • Review: Ride Hard A Raven Riders Novel, #1

    I just finished an amazing story titled, “Hard Ride” that everyone should check out for so many reasons!!!!!!! This book is filled with a great story about a man and woman who both had a troubled childhood but come together through horrific circumstances...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Shane Kuhn

    Hi Shane. It's a pleasure to have you over today on NOR. I hear that your book "The Asset" deals with the TSA. Please tell us more about the book. Fourteen years ago, the final words Kennedy ever spoke to his sister were in anger. That day was September...

  • Review: Awakened Intimate Relations, #3

    “Awakened” by Kate Douglas is a romantic suspense story that does a wonderful job of tying in with the two books that precede it yet provides its own mystery and suspense in a way that allows it to be read as a stand-alone story. I love the way the warmth...

  • Review: No Strings Attached A Lexi Carmichael Mystery, #8

    My favorite geek girl is back for interesting adventures in living. Lexie seems to be able to get herself into trouble without even trying. Once there, she usually calls for back up from her sexy but geeky boyfriend, Slash and her friends, the Zimmerman...

  • Review: Just Fall

    “Just Fall” is written by the gifted and imaginative Nina Sadowsky. “Just Fall” is a fantastic, intriguing page-turner that had me up later than my late bedtime. This was indeed a late time since I am the preverbal night owl. I just fell in love with...

  • Review: Affliction The Soul Seekers Series

    The uniqueness of something that can impact ones state of being is often labelled as an affliction. That could be a struggle or constant distress. In this delightful narrative by Marilee Brothers “Affliction” may present the reader a different point of...

  • Review: Murder in the Aisles A Felicia Swift Mystery, #1

    “Murder in the Aisles” by Olivia Hill is a delightful read that will consume the reader from the first page to the very last word. The narrative drew me in immediately because of each of the well-defined story elements. The settings: Washington, DC metro...

  • Review: The Black Cat Knocks on Wood A Bad Luck Cat Mystery, #2

    Set in the town of Lavender, located in the Hill Country of Texas, the Bad Luck Cat Mystery series centers around Sabrina Tate, a mystery writer staying at her Aunt’s Rowe’s vacation rental place with her black cat, aptly named Hitchcock, while she works...

  • Review: Raw Redemption Crossing the Line, #4

    Well just reach into my chest and pull out my heart why don't ya? This was a real emotional ride for the reader, and the one doing all the emoting was Henrik. This man fell for Ailish and never even reached out to stop it, just went with the gravity and...

  • Review: Tea Cups and Carnage A Tourist Trap Mystery

    Lynn Cahoon paints a lovely image of a quaint California town in this lovely cozy mystery. Jill Gardner is a fantastic amateur sleuth. She's a wonderful mixture of no nonsense business woman, friendly neighbor, niece and girlfriend. The residents and...

  • Review: Since She Went Away

    “Since She Went Away” is a shrewd, entrancing novel of suspense that had me thoroughly engrossed. Jenna was planning to meet her best friend, Celia for a girl’s night out, but once Jenna finally arrived at their designated meeting spot, Celia wasn’t there...

  • Review: Blood Flag A Paul Madriani Novel, #14

    Attorney Paul Madriani and his partner Harry Hinds have agreed to take on the case of Emma Brauer who has been accused of the mercy killing of her elderly father. In interviewing their new client the lawyers learn that days before his death Emma’s father...

  • Review: Locked, Loaded, & Lying

    “Locked, Loaded & Lying” by Sarah Andre is an exciting story that gives a glimpse of the other side of the fame and pressure attendant upon being a top athlete even as it gradually reveals clues about a murder mystery. There are very complicated family...

  • Review: Shadow Rider The Shadow Series, #1

    “Shadow Rider” is an interesting introduction to a new series by Christine Feehan. I was very excited when I heard about it and it didn’t disappoint. Francesca is running from something that will eventually catch up with her, the question is will it consume...

  • Review: Primal Instinct Bodyguard, #2

    “Primal Instinct” had me laughing at some parts and on edge in others. Taylor is a strong woman who does not like the idea of basically having a babysitter but it soon comes in handy when it comes to light that she has a very determined stalker. Her one...

  • Review: Born to Die McIntire County Series, #2

    I first met Cassy in “Atonement” and her relationship with Nic was very interesting. It made me wonder what Cassy did to have Nic be so foul and irritated with her. Though in Nic’s defense if I came home and found someone in my house uninvited, I’d be...

  • Review: Berry the Hatchet A Cranberry Cove Mystery, #2

    Monica Albertson has grown to love the tiny town of Cranberry Cove, Michigan and her life on Sassamanash Farm! She enjoys helping her brother Jeff, run his farm, by handling the farm’s finances and creating delicious food from the farm’s own cranberries...

  • Review: The Calamity Café A Down South Café Mystery, #1

    Amy Flowers is a sweet, caring, and family orientated young woman. Right after she graduates from culinary school in Kentucky, she goes back home to Winter Garden, Virginia to look after her sick Nana. After her beloved Nana dies, Amy decides to use the...

  • Review: A Killer Ball at Honeychurch Hall Honeychurch Hall, #3

    I enjoyed this cozy mystery. This being the third book of the Honeychurch Hall Mystery series. I would suggest you read the first two books first, then this one. You will get a better feeling for the characters and their lives. As you turn the pages you...

  • Review: Violent Crimes Amanda Jaffe Series

    Attorney Amanda Jaffe, the heroine of a series of legal thrillers by Philip Margolin, faces a serious ethical dilemma in this latest adventure. When the senior partner of a Portland, Oregon, law firm is found dead and his son confesses to the crime, it...

  • Review: All Day and a Night Ellie Hatcher, #5

    He has been serving a life sentence for the serial murders of six women eighteen years ago but now Anthony Amaro’s case is about to be revisited after the recent violent death of psychotherapist Helen Brunswick. Defense lawyer Carrie Blank and NYPD Detective...

  • Review: Devious Little Lies

    Rena Rosetti is tired of sitting by while her husband does her wrong and still remains on top. For ten years she has been a loyal wife to Tony, a top mob boss, but her life has gone upside down. Now she’s finally fed up and decides to change things up...

  • Review: The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series, #1

    The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith is the first book is my all-time favorite series. Readers are transported to another country which is usually presented in the media as a third world country on the brink of despair but on these...

  • Review: Against the Paw A Paw Enforcement Novel, #4

    I must confess that I’m a sucker for any novel with a cute dog on the cover so I absolutely love Diane Kelly's Paw Enforcement series. Against the Paw is book #4 and this time Megan Luz and her K-9 partner Brigit are working cases around various types...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Nancy Bush

    Welcome to Night Owl Reviews, Nancy Bush! It was fun seeing you in Vancouver, Wash., recently. Since then I’ve been eager for Night Owl readers to hear about your new book THE KILLING GAME. Give us the down and dirty on this edgy, chilling romantic thriller....

  • Review: Rival Forces A K-9 Rescue Novel, #4

    This exciting romantic suspense story provides a fascinating look at the various roles well-trained dogs can play even as it follows a complicated romance and a mystery. I loved the dogs and I think that Kye is a very yummy hero, but I wasn’t quite as...

  • Review: Darkroom

    Sensational! That’s the first and most accurate word to come to mind when I think of this novel. Author Mary Maddox has created a haunting novel full of suspense and not a little terror. This is exactly the type of novel that I adore. I was literally...

  • Review: Second Life

    SECOND LIFE is the second novel by S.J. Watson, best-selling author of BEFORE I GO TO SLEEP. Julia seems to have a quiet, normal life with her doctor husband, Hugh, and their teen son, Connor. When Julia's sister, Kate, is brutally murdered, Julia starts...

  • Review: One Way or Another

    I anticipated reading this novel as soon as I read the first chapter. It really piqued my interest. I was looking forward to finding out who would have murdered the young woman with the luscious red hair. I anticipated following the story as the man who...

  • Review: A Fool and His Monet Serena Jones Mysteries, #1

    Author Sandra Orchard has created a new mystery series that had me reading into the night! I could not wait to read what her new heroine, Serena, was doing while she was investigating the art theft. I also wanted to figure out who was the villain(s) who...

  • Review: Madam Tulip Madam Tulip #1

    David Ahern conjures up a fabulous new amateur sleuth with the start of his new suspense series. Derry O'Donnell is one of the most unique heroines I have come across, her optimism is endless considering she is a mostly unemployed actress. Watching her...

  • Review: Upon the Tide

    Ryan Jo Summers' readers set sail on a magnificent adventure with this beautiful romantic suspense. I loved how this story pretty much jumped straight into the action. Piper Kincaid handles the whole robbery with much more aplomb then I ever would. Goodness...

  • Article: Going to the Dogs - Dark Streets

    While I admit I’m partial to feline detectives, I have a soft spot in my heart for canine ones as well!  Here are a few excellent cozies featuring some Sherlock-like pooches! On Amazon The Barking Detective Series – Waverly Curtis Since...

  • Review: Written Off A Mysterious Detective Mystery, #1

    Rachel Goldman writes mysteries in which Duffy Madison, consultant to the county prosecutor’s office, helps find missing persons. Rachel is busy working on her next book, when a man calls out of the blue asking for help in a missing persons case. The...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Karen Fenech

    Hi Karen! Thanks for joining us on NOR. What's your book about? BREATH OF MALICE centers around an inexperienced FBI agent who catches the eye of a serial killer and becomes his next target. It's a game of cat and mouse . . . and she's losing. What should...

  • Review: Beware That Girl

    I was so excited to get this book from both BEA and Night Owl Reviews. But what I found was a book that was way different than I thought it was going to be. “Beware That Girl” is full of abuse and it seems that that is the main plot. Almost all the characters...

  • Review: The Big Rewind

    When a mixed tape for a neighbor arrives accidentally in Jett Bennett’s mailbox, she does the right thing and delivers the parcel of music to her. Imagine how Jett feels when this good deed turns into a nightmare when Jett finds KitKat, the intended recipient...

  • Review: The 8th Circle A Danny Ryan Thriller, #1

    The 8th Circle by Sarah Cain is a novel labeled a thriller and it doesn't fall short there. There were many scenes and chapters that had me on the edge of my seat. However, I really could've done without the sappy, emotional and macho-laden stuff between...

  • Review: The Cakes of Monte Cristo A Piece of Cake Mystery, #6

    This mystery story blends a delicious amount of tasty temptation with a lovely flavor of life in New Orleans. There are quite a few secondary characters who have interconnections and even though this story can be read as a stand-alone, I suspect that...

  • Review: A Useful Woman A Rosalind Thorne Mystery, #1

    Rosalind Thorne knows how to put together a guest list and manage the social mores, her continued acceptance by polite society is based on her avoidance of even the mere rumor of dishonor. When a murder at Almack’s threatens not only Rosalind’s reputation,...

  • Review: To Love a Wolf SWAT, #4

    SWAT officer Landry Cooper has found the one but before he can tell Everly his secret, her family discovers what he is and they will do anything to keep them apart in this outstanding paranormal romance. Everly Danu has fallen for Landry hard but finding...

  • Review: Fan the Flames Search and Rescue, #2

    Fan the Flames is an interesting read and I was hooked as soon as I read the back cover. The thought of a firefighter being in a motorcycle gang or club was just interesting and surprising. I would think the he would have gotten fired for that considering...

  • Review: A Premonition of Murder A Dream Club Mystery, #3

    The “Dream Club” is back for their third adventure. This time it’s a reclusive heiress , Abigail Marchand, who issues an invitation to Taylor and Ali to lunch at her mansion, Beaux Reeves. Taylor and Ali are hoping for an invitation to join the distinguished...

  • Review: A Spy in the House The Agency Mysteries, #1

    Set in Victorian London this captivating new series features a young woman, Mary Quinn, who is saved from the gallows when she is just twelve years old and becomes a member of a secret woman’s detective agency. How Mary found herself in such dire circumstances...

  • Review: Hardheaded Brunette Gilda Wright Mysteries book #2

    In this follow up to the first in the series Diane Bator delivers a delightful mystery. Gilda Wright is as stalwart as she was in the previous story but it really was a delight to see her get flustered over the new hottie in town. It's funny that her...

  • Review: Invitation to Murder

    Beth Prentice pulled me in from the first page with her cozy mystery. Alex Anderson is an intriguing leading lady. She is far from perfect but that makes her all the more delightful. The author takes a tried and true scenario and adds a few twists and...

  • Review: The Bone Tree Penn Cage

    Greg Iles has followed up the first volume in his southern gothic trilogy, “Natchez Burning”, with this continuation of the epic tale which features Penn Cage and his fiancée, reporter Caitlin Masters. Having barely survived a nearly fatal encounter with...

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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.