Shifting Shadows by Patricia Briggs

I  love the Mercy Thompson books, so getting a set of short stories based in her world is always a fun thing. In Shifting Shadows,we’re offered four brand new stories and two outtakes from previous books. Even though I’ve read most of the other stories before, I read them all again. It’s been so long […]

Review of An Ex to Grind in Deadwood by Ann Charles

Deadwood’s favorite realtor is back in the fifth book in the series, An Ex to Grind in Deadwood.After getting a mysterious call, Violet Parker finds another dead body. Disturbingly, the dead woman has a picture of Violet’s son. Even though she’s promised to keep out of police business, Violet can help but want answers and goes […]

Review of Revenant by Kat Richardson

PI Harper Blaine needs to quietly get out of town in the ninth Greywalker novel, Revenant.Who better to help her with that than her vampire friend Carlos? She’s going to Portugal to meet her boyfriend Quinton, who’s been hunting his father across Europe for months. Harper and Carlos both travel to Lisbon, where Carlos became what […]

Review of Trouble in Mudbug by Jana DeLeon

While at the funeral of her mother-in-law Helena Henry, Maryse Robicheaux is surprised to see Helena sit up in her coffin and look around in Trouble in Mudbug. Unfortunately, she’s the only one who sees her and now Helena is insisting she was murdered and wants Maryse to help her find the killer. Maryse is […]

Review of Better Homes and Hauntings by Molly Harper

Landscape architect Nina Linden’s newest job involves a notorious and probably very haunted house on it’s own private island off the coast of Rhode Island in Better Homes and Hauntings.Where she grew up, everyone knows the history of the Crane’s Nest, where Catherine Whitney was murdered around the turn of the 20th century. As heir to […]