Review of Ghost in the Wind by E.J. Copperman

It’s time to go back to the Jersey Shore in the seventh Haunted Guesthouse Mystery, Ghost in the Wind.In an ironic turn of event, guesthouse owner and amateur detective Alison Kerby is willing to accept their newest case, while ghost detective Paul Harrison wants to refuse it. But the ghost asking is one of Alison’s childhood […]

Review of The Silence of the Chihuahuas by Waverly Curtis

When aspiring PI Geri Sullivan’s Chihuahua Pepe stops talking to her in The Silence of the Chihuahuas, she can’t figure out what’s going on. Others see it as a good thing, but Geri relies on Pepe to help her solve her cases. Now that they have three cases at the same time, one of them […]

Review of Fatal Fairies by Joyce and Jim Levene

The Renaissance Faire Village is about to get a little stranger for Jessie Morton when a fairy named Apple Blossom is killed in Fatal Fairies.After she wishes her husband, Chase Manhattan, was no longer village Bailiff, she takes a nap only to find herself in an alternate Renaissance Faire Village when she wakes. In this one, […]

Review of Look What the Wind Blew In by Ann Charles

The first book in the new Dig Site Mysteries, Look What the Wind Blew In,finds archaeologists Angelica Garcia and her father Juan Garcia excavating Maya ruins when a curse seems to stir up trouble on their dig site. Photojournalist Quint Parker arrives in the midst of all this with an agenda of his own; to […]

Review of Underdead with a Vengeance by Liz Jasper

Earth science teacher Jo Gartner returns for the third installment in the Underdead mystery series, Underdead with a Vengeance.Jo thinks Will, the vampire who tried to change her, is dead, but she’s being stalked by his group, who seem to want revenge. Then there’s the new substitute science teacher, who’s been acting really strange. And when […]