Review of Wolf Hunt by Jeff Strand

When two thugs are hired to drive a van from Miami to Tampa, you’d think it would be an easy job. But George and Lou get more than they bargained for in Wolf Hunt.Even though they’re told the man they’re transporting is a werewolf, the two men are skeptical. Until strange things start to happen, […]

Review of Home Improvement: Undead Edition edited by Charlaine Harris and Toni L.P. Kelner

There’s nothing like a good anthology and Home Improvement: Undead Editioncertainly qualifies as one. Here are some of my favorite stories. If I had a Hammer – Charlaine Harris: Sookie and Sam are helping her best friend Tara and her husband JB with a little home renovation when they discover an old blood covered hammer […]

Review of Hit List by Laurell K. Hamilton

Well, hallelujah! Anita Blake is finally back! And by that, I don’t mean in her newest book, Hit List.I mean the Anita Blake of old, who didn’t spend all her time fucking anything that moved. For a while there, it had gotten so bad that I judged how unhappy I’d be with the book based […]

Review of Beneath the Dark Ice by Greig Beck

I think I’ve found a new action hero! Beneath the Dark Iceintroduces us to the Arcadian, Captain Alex Hunter, who was left for dead in Chechnya by a Russian assassin named Borshov. A bullet lodged in his brain has caused changes to his strength and reflexes, creating a kind of┬ásuper soldier who’s latest mission is […]

Review of Song of Kali by Dan Simmons

Dan Simmons can be kind of hit or miss for me. I either really love one of his books, or I don’t. Song of Kaliis a miss for me. Writer Robert Luczak has been asked to go to Calcutta, India by Harper’s Bazaar magazine. They want him to pick up a new manuscript from Indian […]