• Review: Murder at the 42nd Street Library Book 1

    This author definitely knows his crime fiction. He gave us a smart and yet twisty mystery. This is the first book in the library series that has the reader meet Raymond Ambler, sleuth and librarian. At the corner of 42nd Street and 5th Avenue, behind...

  • Review: A Brilliant Death

    The little town of Brilliant, Ohio was changed when they learned of Amanda Baron's supposed accidental drowning. She and a man, supposedly her lover, were on a small boat, without lights, when a barge suddenly appeared. Did Amanda and the mysterious man...

  • Review: Silence in the Dark Logan Point, #4

    Patricia Bradley has written a very good mystery-thriller in “Silence in the Dark”. I assumed that there had been a previous novel written about the Adams family of Logan Point since there were allusions to a previous story. That did not bother me overmuch,...

  • Review: A Familiar Tail A Witch's Cat Mystery, #1

    A cutesy witchy tale from start to finish is hard to achieve; yet Ms. James succeeds on all counts! This story has all the elements for an enjoyable read: great plot, good character development, mystery and suspense! Not to mention murder. Seldom do I...

  • Review: The Italian Divide Craig Page Thrillers, #5

    Allan Topol is a master at pulling together several pieces of current events and creating a fast-paced, tight-action spy-thriller novel, and his latest novel, "The Italian Divide", is no different. This is one book of several involving Craig Page. It...

  • Article: Joe Cosentino’s Private Haven + Giveaway

    When Night Owl Reviews asked me to write an article about my writing space, I thought about how to get a camera inside my head. I have always been a storyteller. My sister and I as kids produced full scale musicals with lavish costumes inside a neighbor’s...

  • Review: Hide Away Eve Duncan

    Hide Away is number twenty of Iris Johansen's Eve Duncan series. I have been reading about Eve since the first book. Each and every novel has been better than the last. Johansen’s writing is great. She writes in such a way that you find yourself getting...

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

    I loved this book so much that I never put it down. Ride Hard had the same suspense and passion as the Hard Ink series. Because of my love for that series I had certain expectations for this story and just know that Laura Kaye certainly delivered on this...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Katee Robert

    Hi Katee. It's awesome to have you here. First off, what's you latest book! The Wedding Pact Essentially it’s “The Godfather” meets “Romeo and Juliet.” The O’Malleys are one of three seriously powerful Boston crime families. As the eldest daughter, Carrigan...

  • Article: Win 6 Suspense Novels

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  • Review: 'Til Death Do Us Part

    Long time readers of Amanda Quick will love this latest historical thriller / mystery title and those new to her will add Quick to their auto-buy list. In ‘Til Death Do Us Part we are taken on a dark adventure as we seek a serial killer. Quick introduces...

  • Review: A Whisker of Trouble A Second Chance Cat Mystery, #3

    “A Whisker of Trouble” by Sofie Ryan is a cozy mystery that follows Sarah Grayson as she tries to help out a friend, keep her older assistants and friends from getting into too much trouble, oh, and solve a murder without anyone else getting hurt or killed....

  • Review: Tattooed As Trouble Vegas Vixens

    "Tattooed as Trouble" was a funny book that caught my attention from the first page. Rae is a pain in the ass for Quinn from the start and it just cracked me up. She gave him a run for his money and kept him alert. Being a U.S. Marshall is hard, especially...

  • Review: Flawless

    FBI agent, Craig Frasier is brought in to investigate when a rash of thefts in New York’s Diamond district turns deadly and finds himself drawn to Kieran Finnegan whose pub is somehow involved in this engaging romantic suspense. Kieran and Craig might...

  • Article: Laura Childs, The Nora Roberts of the Cozies - Dark Streets

    There’s a new author I’ve discovered over the last year who just HAS to be as talented and prolific as Nora Roberts (or my very favorite, JD ROBB!) and that’s none other than Laura Childs! Laura writes three mystery series – The...

  • Review: Predator A Crossbow Novel

    Private security consultant Major Hector Cross has seen it all. He’s handled assignments from Africa to the Middle East as he’s tangled with warlords, pirates, arm dealers and other miscreants bent on causing pain and destruction. Cross never falters...

  • Review: The Obsession

    I have to admit upfront that when I saw a Nora Roberts book on the list for reviews I experienced a bit of a fan girl moment. The opportunity to get a sneak peak at the new book, along with the chance to review one of her books was a dream come true....

  • Review: Defender

    Defender is one book that is a little out there. It has the topic of a girl who finds a dead body, but her father doesn’t believe her. Tiny is a 6ft 6in woman. Her boyfriend is much shorter. They head out to find out what happened. This book is full of...

  • Review: Breakdown An Alex Delaware Novel, #31

    This latest psychological suspense story pushes the popular Alex Delaware series to over thirty titles and offers one of the more intriguing puzzles for the psychologist and his friend, LAPD Detective Milo Sturgis, to test their investigative skills....

  • Review: Meddling with Murder Crouch End Confidential, #3

    Author Ellie Campbell gives the reader a story dealing with Cathy O' Farrell and Pimple as they are the owners of the ‘Crouch End Confidential Agency’. It was at one time called ‘Helping People Who Would Otherwise Commit Suicide’. As the story opens what...

  • Review: Hard Cold Winter Van Shaw Novels, #2

    Glen Erik Hamilton, a Seattle native, utilizes his home turf in this excellent thriller that follows up on his first novel, “Past Crimes”, which was nominated for an Edgar Award in the first novel category. Van Shaw, the series’ protagonist, uncovers...

  • Review: Moss Hysteria A Flower Shop Mystery, #18

    In the next installment of Collins’ popular series, Abby Knight and her husband Marco are happy to finally be moving into their new home, but like everything Abby undertakes, it’s not long before mystery abounds in their new little community with the...

  • Review: A Gala Event An Orchard Mystery, #9

    As with many cozy mysteries this one has a theme, one that I did enjoy. This one includes wedding plans and I thought that the characters were great. They were perfect for this genre and I enjoyed Meg. In this one we have a cold case. In most cozies the...

  • Review: The House of Pearl

    I sat down with this book hoping to take a break from my love of romance books with a good supernatural thriller. Unfortunately, it was a struggle for me to see this story through until the end. I could not connect with the writing at all. The story just...

  • Review: Hard Silence Agents Undercover, #2

    Abby has had a hard life and boy is it a head spinner. She’s survived on pure determination and silence and it has worked for her until now. Jeff thinks that Abby is great and he wants to get to know her but it’s hard. She’s keeping secrets and unknown...

  • Review: Twisted River

    Kate and Mannix O'Brien of Limerick, Ireland have a lot of the regular issues like most families have. They have the financial as well as the stress of a son that is constantly being picked on at school by some bullies. Izzy, their daughter is upset about...

  • Review: The Winter Garden Mystery Daisy Dalrymple Mysteries, #2

    In “The Winter Garden Mystery” by Carola Dunn, Daisy Dalrymple is back and stumbling across dead bodies. Rather than survive in proper genteel poverty with her mother, the Honourable Daisy Dalrymple has decided to live in less than genteel poverty by...

  • Review: The Shock of Night The Darkwater Saga, #1

    One thing that got my interest in "The Shock of Night", a novel by Patrick W. Carr, is the title. In a way, the title makes sense. The story is good fantasy and the characters are memorable. I liked the way the mysterious gift in this story can be compared...

  • Review: Girl in the Dark

    One of the Netherlands’ newest and brightest young suspense writers, Marion Pauw marks her debut in the U.S. with this imaginative, award winning psychological thriller. With a demanding legal career and a young son with behavior issues, Iris Krastelein...

  • Review: Skinny Dipping with Murder An Otter Lake Mystery, #1

    There is no doubt about it, Skinny Dipping with Murder is a fun book. Otter Lake is the perfect setting for a mystery. All of us have a little Erica Bloom in us. She is a wonderful main character who has a past, and a family, that she's never quite come...

  • Review: When the Cat's Away Proverbial Crime Mysteries book #2

    Dane McCaslin brings the wonderful town of Seneca Meadows to life full of fabulously entertaining inhabitants. Caro Layton-Browning is unique and so very British, which in itself is amusing. I loved meeting all of the different characters as they brought...

  • Review: Crime and Poetry A Magical Bookshop Mystery, #1

    Violet Waverly returns to her hometown to care for her ailing grandmother when she gets a shock: her grandma is perfectly fine. It was a ruse to get Violet back home to work in her magical bookstore, Charming Books. Violet intends to return home to Chicago,...

  • Review: Dead Men's Tales Olivia Grant Mysteries book #2

    Phillis A. Humphrey brings us another mystery with the determined Olivia Grant. Olivia is definitely a strong-willed woman and I'm so glad to see her interactions with her brother. Her attitude is definitely enjoyable to witness. I was looking forward...

  • Review: The Stephen King Companion Four Decades of Fear from the Master of Horror

    I loved this book. There is no other way to describe what a book like this means to a Stephen King fan. This is the third iteration of this book, adding 1995 to 2015. He has written other books about the master of horror as well. This book is great because...

  • Review: All Sales Final Good Buy Girls, #5

    When Maggie finds a skeleton in her future home she wants to find out what happened and when. She comes to the conclusion that there is a murderer on the loose and now her house has a ghost and her house is haunted. She gets the Good Buy Girls to help...

  • Review: Death of A Bad Apple A Food Festival Mystery, #3

    As usual Penny Pike got my attention from the first chapter of this book when she describes her heroine, Darcy, and her family to the new food that is being made for the new festival the family is going. However, this book has a flaw; its’ pacing is off....

  • Review: One Foot in the Grove An Olive Grove Mystery, #1

    Plot: Can Eva figure out why someone killed the fishing and hunting guided at her family plantation before she is thrown into jail for the murder? Author Kelly Lane has created a cozy mystery that drew my attention at first chapter and kept it for a few...

  • Review: Seduction In Seville The Men of FTI Book 2

    Seduction in Seville is the 2nd book in the Men of FTI series. This is a contemporary romantic suspense featuring characters from the first book, “Seduction in Sierra Leone”. Patrick Kane wakes up in a hospital in Seville, Spain after an “Op”. Madison,...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Susannah Sandlin

    Hi Susannah, Thanks for joining us today on Night Owl Reviews. We hear you have a fabulous romantic suspense book coming on April 5th, 2016. What is Wild Man's Curse about? When an elderly voodoo practitioner is murdered deep in the bayous of Terrebonne...

  • Review: The Cracked Spine A Scottish Bookshop Mystery, #1

    “The Cracked Spine” by Paige Shelton is the first book in a new series featuring transplanted Kansan Delaney Nichols. After answering an ad looking for a bold adventurer who would investigate searches for lost things and help return lost items to their...

  • Review: Dark Hearts Secrets and Lies

    Dark Hearts is the thrilling conclusion to the Secrets and Lies Series by Sharon Sala. Once again Sala expertly explores the dynamics of small towns, close families, lost love reunited, and dark deeds. Sharon Sala balances suspense and romance with skilled...

  • Review: Melting Shadows

    The challenge of delivering a good romantic suspense story is making the danger believable and exciting while creating an atmosphere that fosters the development of an intensifying romance. I think the author did a very nice job of creating both horrific...

  • Review: No Shred of Evidence Inspector Ian Rutledge Mysteries, #18

    When Scotland Yard’s Ian Rutledge is sent down to the north coast of Cornwall to assist in an investigation of attempted murder that involves four young women as suspects, he doesn’t realize that one of them is a former acquaintance. All from wealthy...

  • Review: Furious Faith McMann, #1

    What would you do if you went home and the nightmare began? That's what happened to Faith McMann. She goes home to pure terror finding her husband dead and her two children taken. She should be dead also but she miraculously survives. She immediately...

  • Review: Fool Me Once

    No one writes psychological thrillers like Harlen Coben. This story is just the type of novel we’ve come to expect from Coben with the trademark plot twist and the dark examination of humanity, while creating some of the most evil characters in popular...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Tawna Fenske

    Hi Tawna! Thanks for joining us on Night Owl Reviews. It's great to have a fellow Oregonian over. I was thrilled to hear of the Oregon connection in your latest story. BLURB: Vineyard manager Reese Clark is determined to bring her family’s Oregon winery...

  • Review: Ghost to the Rescue A Bailey Ruth Ghost Novel, #3

    “Ghost to the Rescue” stars the intrepid ghost Bailey Ruth, who throws herself wholeheartedly into her assignments and constantly schemes to circumvent the strictures placed on her. She is such a joyous spirit and embraces her tasks so enthusiastically,...

  • Review: Jury of One

    Jury of One is such an awesome and fun book. I loved having Robin and Adam once again in the middle of murder and mayhem. Charlie Cochrane does a great job of balancing a mystery for Robin to solve and the romance that is between Adam and Robin. Here...

  • Review: The 13th Victim

    Sherry Scarpaci delivers a fabulous psychological suspense. This was one of those books that I just couldn't put down and while I stayed up the entire night reading I did not regret the missed hours of sleep. Detective Kate Turner is an amazingly real...

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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.

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?