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Book Review: “The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane” by Katherine Howe

From Publishers Weekly Set in Cambridge and Marblehead, Mass., Howe’s propulsive if derivative novel alternates between the 1991 story of college student Connie Goodwin and a group of 17th-century outcasts. After moving into… Continue reading

Monday Book Review: “Closer than Blood” by Gregg Olsen

http://www.amazon.com/Closer-Than-Blood-ebook/dp/B004IWR3EW/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1314033484&sr=8-3 It’s true that Blood is thicker than Water but it’s also true that you hurt the ones you love most.  Both are good sayings for “Closer than Blood”. In this story, Gregg… Continue reading

Monday Book Review: “K is for Killer” by Sue Grafton

http://www.amazon.com/Killer-Kinsey-Millhone-Mysteries-ebook/dp/B0030MQJ5U/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1313417439&sr=8-3 In this installment of the quirky gumshoe, Kinsey the perpetually perky detective with the fast tongue and faster gun takes on a Mother’s quest to solve her daughter’s murder. As Kinsey delves… Continue reading

Monday Book Review: Echo Park by Michael Connelly

http://www.amazon.com/Echo-Park-Harry-Bosch-ebook/dp/B000OT8GDA/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1312242632&sr=8-2 Michael Connellys famous detective, Harry Bosch, delves back into a murder thirteen years prior that takes him on a merry-go-round of interviews, evidence and mystery. Who are the real good guys and… Continue reading

Last weekend to get my debut Novel, Aside of Murder, FREE!

Last weekend to get it #FREE! https://www.smashwords.com/boo​ks/view/34429 Use code SSWSF on the smashwords link above. Available on:  Amazon’s Kindle Store, barnesandnoble NOOKbook store, and  Smashwords (in a variety of E-Reader formats) What happens when an embezzling bank executive… Continue reading

Monday Book Review: “Ghost Moon” by Heather Graham

 http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/ghost-moon-heather-graham/1023636182?ean=9780778327967&itm=2&usri=ghost%2bmoon Heather Graham does it a final time in the last of this serial mystery triad.  My personal favorite character is back, Bartholomew the ghostly Privateer, this time hanging with Liam, an officer… Continue reading

“L is for Lawless” by Sue Grafton

L is for Lawless Kinsey Milhone stars in another adventure, courtesy if Sue Grafton.  I’ve only just read this book recently (i’ve only got “J”, “K” and the next one, “V” to read… Continue reading