Review of Grave Surprise by Charlaine Harris

When Harper Connelly is called in to “read” the graves in an old graveyard, she’s stunned to find a new body in one of the graves in Grave Surprise. Even worse, it’s the body of a little girl she was hired to help find two years previously. While suspicion falls on Harper and her stepbrother […]

Review of The Last Town by Blake Crouch

In the final installment of the Wayward Pines series, The Last Town,the town is overrun by abbies and Sherriff Ethan Burke will do anything to save his family and the other residents of Wayward Pines. Now he has to take on David Pilcher, the man who brought them all there, and convince those loyal to […]

Review of The City of Mirrors by Justin Cronin

The third book in The Passage Trilogy, The City of Mirrors,takes us twenty-one years after The Twelve have been destroyed. Humanity is starting to live again, no longer restricted to the protective walls of Kerrville, Texas. Peter Jaxon is now President of the Texas Republic and most of his friends are going on with their […]

Review of The Book of the Dead by Greig Beck

It all starts with a sink hole and a missing couple, but The Book of the Deadquickly turns into a horrifying story of possible mass extinction. Professor Matt Kearns is called in as a language expert to help investigate possible symbols found in the first sink hole. He’s joined by both military and civilian experts […]

Review of The Hollows by J. S. Beck

P.I. Eve Willits has been asked to look into the disappearance of a college boy in The Hollows.Fleeing the disaster her life has become, her eight year old daughter disappeared two years ago, she’s separated from her husband and spends her time drinking to numb the pain, Eve flies to West Virginia to look for […]