• Review: Heirs of Cain

    During the Vietnam War, they were necessary but not mentioned. Their leader, Cain, became a legion. They became one with the shadows and seemed to be able to go where no man should be able to. They were assassins, trained by the government...

  • Review: CSI : Crime Scene Investigation: The Killing Jar

    A entomologist convention in Las Vegas seems not only to have drawn the bug fanatics, but also a serial killer who is mimicing the insect world with his victims' deaths. Gil Grissom, Nick Stokes and Riley Adams must work together and against the clock...

  • Review: Night Garden

    Night Garden is a story of intrigue and smuggling. Maggie Andersen is a very descriptive writer that leaves the reader with a great sense of the surroundings in the novel. Even though I found Laura's character to be quite childish, uninteresting, and...

  • Review: Glazed Murder Donut Shop Mysteries, # 1

    Suzanne Hart, owner and operator of Donut Hearts coffee shop in April Springs, North Carolina, has her hands full running her shop. Since she works crazy hours, she doesn’t have much time for a fun and active social life. She wraps her time around...

  • Review: No Chance Last Chance Rescue, Book 4 (2 set trilogy)

    WOW! Reece brings another great story of love and suspense. After her first trilogy, she made my auto buy list and “No Chance” takes up where the last series left off. Gabe Maddox is an agent for LCR and is assigned to rescue Skylar when she...

  • Review: I, Richard

    Elizabeth George once again proves her mastery at depicting the vagaries of human nature with her collection of short stories in I, Richard .  Exposure , the first offering, follows a group of visiting scholars participating in a Cambridge summer...

  • Review: Veil of Deception

    While Veil of Deception was a very enjoyable read and I liked it very much, I found there to be a bit of build up to 'the main point', per se, that was - to me - dragging in places.  The resolution of the story worked within the frame of the...

  • Review: The Heavenstone Secrets Heavenstone Series, Book 1

    V.C. Andrews’ The Heavenstone Secrets is the chilling tale of two teenage sisters who have grown up as the darlings of their doting parents.  The announcement that a new baby is on the way shakes the foundation that the Heavenstone girls have...

  • Review: Show No Fear Nina Reilly Series #12

    Show No Fear is the latest Nina Reilly mystery penned by sisters Pam and Mary writing as Perri O’Shaughnessy.  The perfect storm surrounds Nina as her mother battles both the effects of her disease and the malpractice perpetrated upon her which...

  • Review: The Ice Limit

    The Ice Limit  was my first introduction to the collaborative efforts of Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, so I was not sure what to expect outside of the fact that the blurb sounded like something I would like reading. I was very pleasantly surprised...

  • Review: Project Mendel

    Okay. Primarily this is a science fiction book with lots of romance and it's a page-turner thriller. I sat up until almost three in the morning reading this book because I couldn't put it down. Brynn Chapman has written a well-researched book...

  • Review: Blood Sister

    Mark Matthews is a dentist in Orlando, FL. He’s lived in Florida since he was 12 years old and his mother married Peter. He’s married to Jill, a lawyer but their marriage is in trouble. On his birthday, a good 20 years since...

  • Review: SEALed with a Ring

    Davy Graziano is a Navy SEAL medic who has been blessed with an attractive face and winning personality.  He meets businesswoman JJ Caruthers at a fellow SEAL’s wedding and the sparks fly and ignite an incandescent one-night stand without full...

  • Review: Notorious

    Actress Mallory Thane has been accused of murdering her husband.  After she is found not guilty, she is ready to leave New York behind and start a new life elsewhere.  Then out of the blue she is offered a staring role in a film that takes...

  • Review: The Botticelli Secret

    For anyone who enjoyed The DaVinci Code , Marina Fiorato's new novel The Botticelli Secret is a wonderful treat, more enjoyable, and filled with more intrigue, passion and excitement. When Venitian whore Luciana Vetra is asked to modeled for famous painter...

  • Review: Scandal On Rincon Hill A Sarah Woolson Mystery, Book 4

    Sarah Woolson is a female attorney in San Francisco.  Her uniqueness lies in the fact that she is practicing (or trying to) during the 19th century in a society that maintains the belief that young women should have finding a husband and raising...

  • Review: Countdown

    Waking up in a dark room, chained to a wall is never a good sign. Finding out your are trapped with a known mass murderer is just icing on an already crappy day. But to really top it off, you discover you are now an unwilling player of a savage reality...

  • Review: Song of the Nighthawk

    Deafened in her dreams, Anita tries to make sense of the images she does not understand yet seem so familiar. There is a dancing and singing girl and a bear-like man seeking a young girl for his possession. Living with her father and great-grandparents...

  • Review: What God and Cats Know

    Rebecca is going to help investigate the death of a part cat woman in the pride. And she is having the pride pay her because she is an outcast. She learns the victim was strangled and soon comes across Bran Hanover. He is a reporter who can help with...

  • Review: Alter of Eden

    With blockbuster hits like Map of Bones , Judas Strain , and a slew of others, under his belt, fans of James Rollins have been waiting for Altar of Eden.    Even though this book moves away from his signature Sigma Force adventures, it’s...

  • Review: The Temptation of the Night Jasmine A Pink Carnation Novel, #5

    The Temptation of the Night Jasmine is fifth in Lauren Willig's flower spy series. Eloise has been researching the Pink Carnation's spy career and has found that the Colin's family has records relating to her research. After many  misunderstandings,...

  • Review: Arctic Drift Dirk Pitt Series #20

    Clive and son Dirk Cussler have penned a new novel featuring the exploits of the legendary Dirk Pitt and his friends and family in a chilling story of greed and the race to find alternative energy sources.  Arctic Drift  features well-known...

  • Review: The Testament

    The Testament is a story about finding yourself on a quest that does not start out as your own, but one you have been unwittingly trained for since childhood, and one that your father had been part of until his rather violent death. This quest is one...

  • Review: Unseen

    Unseen by Nancy Bush intrigued me from the beginning. I love a good suspense, and when the somewhat supernatural twist is thrown in, I am hooked. Such was the case in Ms. Bush’s book. A little ways into the book, I noticed that the plot lagged here...

  • Review: Renegade Dark Ops, #3

    This was a really great installment to this series. Mason's character was sexy and sensitive. His sense of humor brought depth to this hero and I thought Jill was an excellent match for him. Catherine Mann made Jill tough and no nonsense but not to the...

  • Article: Fitting Inside the Box by Misa Ramirez

    Fitting Inside the Box by Misa Ramirez I cut my teeth on Nancy Drew Mysteries, graduated to Agatha Christie (which I read throughout high school--in lieu of a social life), and proceeded from there. So it was only natural that when my passion for writing...

  • Article: The Call by Angela Henry

    The Call by Angela Henry   When I decided to write my first mystery fifteen years ago, my sole focus was getting it finished. It took me four years. But I finished it. Then I had to figure out what I wanted to do next. My dream was to become a published...

  • Review: The Butterflies of Grand Canyon

    Botonist Elzada Clover has always wondered what happened to Lowell Dunhill. After noticing a bullet hole in the back of his skull, she knew he'd been murdered. When his body disappears, his death is ruled a suicide. Thirteen years later a skeleton is...

  • Review: Cat Playing Cupid

    Cat Playing Cupid  by Shirley Rousseau Murphy describes the events involved in Joe Grey’s human, Clyde Damen, getting married to Ryan Flannery.  Fortunately for the peace of the longtime bachelor household, Ryan knows about the uncanny...

  • Review: The Charlemagne Pursuit Cotton Malone Series #4

    Cotton Malone has always thought that his father perished in a submarine in the North Atlantic.  What he learns now, courtesy of a classified file provided to him as a favor by his former boss, is that the submarine his father was on a classified...

  • Review: Naked Edge I-Team, Book 4

    Naked Edge is the fourth book in Pamela Clare’s romantic suspense I-Team Series. This is Katherine James’s story most of you who have read the series remember the introduction of Kat she is quite different than the other members of Denver...

  • Review: If Looks Could Chill Book 2 of the Passion For Danger series

    Tara Reeves, a Louisiana State Police Trooper, goes to the bayou to investigate the report of several strange animal deaths.   Groups of dead animals have been found with no outward signs of what killed them.  Tara has two strikes against...

  • Review: The Romanov Prophecy

    Ekaterinburg, Russia: 1918.  Tsar Nicholas II and his whole family are executed by the Bolsheviks.  But are they really all dead? Or did someone survive? Moscow: Present Day. Communism has fallen and was succeeded by a series of governments...

  • Review: Sizzle

    Whether writing historical or contemporary fiction, Ms. Garwood is the best and, once again, she does not disappoint.  I have read the other books featuring the Buchanans and enjoyed them, so I was looking forward to reading Sizzle and I enjoyed...

  • Review: The Lost Symbol

    After having read the other two Robert Langdon books, Angels and Demons and The Da Vinci Code , I was looking forward to The Lost Symbol . In many ways, it didn't disappoint.  The book definitely had the Dan Brown stamp on it - fast pace, symbols,...

  • Review: No Mercy Mercy Gunderson Series

    Mercy Gunderson is one of the few female Army snipers. Officially, they don’t exist but unofficially, women can get into some hot spot better than men. Mercy’s been into more than she’d care to admit. Currently, she’s...

  • Review: Siren's Secret Siren, book 2

    American shipping magnet, Captain Samuel Stafford knew within seconds of his first meeting of the lovely Lady Olivia Yates, that she was trouble. But he would have never guessed the kind of trouble she actually was. Olivia is a scholar, a lover of words,...

  • Review: Hard to Hold

    Dr. Isabelle Makham is a doctor who has been given a job with Doctors Without Borders and her first assignment is in Djibouti Africa.  She goes with an undercover bodyguard because her mother is a United States Senator.  They are trying to keep...

  • Review: Avenging Allaire The sequel to "Awakening Allaire"

    They are back, the twins, Allaire and Devon in a story that will make you want more of the Mercer family. This is a story that makes you believe in happily ever after. We last saw Devon and Allaire getting engaged. You would think yay finally but oh no...

  • Review: A Rather Charming Invitation Penny Nichols Series

    C.A. Belmond’s entertaining duo of Penny Nichols and Jeremy Laidley are back in the spotlight in her novel, A Rather Charming Invitation .  The American heiress is about to wed her English lawyer fiancé’ if they can ever finalize...

  • Review: A Hoe Lot of Trouble A Nina Quinn Mystery

    Nina Quinn is a good woman, with a kind heart. But that heart is in pieces when she finds out her police officer husband, Kevin is having an affair with his partner, Ginger. On top of this her stepson, Riley, her husband’s son from a previous marriage,...

  • Review: Blood Sins Blood Trilogy, #2

    Now Available in both Hard Back & Paperback   In Kay Hooper’s second book in the Blood trilogy, we are introduced to a very frightening serial killer who can kill people with just his mind. Father Samuel is the head of a Compound where...

  • Review: Underdead Book 1

    To tell the truth, when I started reading Underdead, I was expecting some kind of vampire romance. It started off like that, chick frustrated with men in general, bemoaning the lack of ‘good men’ and vowing to ignore the hot guys in order...

  • Review: Blood Game Eve Duncan Series #8

    Ever since Eve Duncan's daughter, Bonnie, was killed by a serial killer she has worked hard to become the best forensic pathologist.  All she wants is bring her Bonnie home.  Now she spends her time trying to find out who killed her and where...

  • Review: Haunting Jordan

    Jordan Marsh has bought a fixer upper Victorian house in Port Chatham, WA. She’s left her life in LA behind and hopefully her problems. She wants nothing more to do than renovate her house and forget about her cheating husband and his...

  • Review: CSI : Crime Scene Investigation: Brass in Pocket

    CSI:  Crime Scene Investigation: Brass in Pocket by Jeff Mariotte is a novel based on the original CSI television series featuring many of its familiar characters.  Gil Grissom is away from Las Vegas and has left Catherine Willows in charge...

  • Review: Treasure of Flowers

    A family in trouble financially due to their father’s gambling debts feels forced to make a bargain with a treasure seeking sea captain named Trevon.   The oldest sister, Violet, volunteers a treasure map that her mother had given her...

  • Review: Poison Ivory A Den of Antiquity Mystery

    Abigail (Abby) has returned for her fifth-teen Den of Antiquity mystery. This time she is in hot water over some stolen ivory. Abby gets a pack of papers stating that she can pick up an antique rosewood chest that she bought for her mother, Mozella, at...

  • Review: Awakening Allaire

    Imagine a world where money can get you anything or anyone. Imagine a man who has found his soul mate but she is with another. Finally imagine going through all the obstacles to be with her and finding out that the happiest part of life is in the end....

  • Review: Dust

    Susan Berliner gives us an amazing mysterious supernatural story in Dust. It intrigues and holds the readers attention, while pulling them in and not letting them put it down. The characters are bold and full of life helping you feel everything they are...

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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...