Review of Undead and Unwary by MaryJanice Davidson

Vampire Queen Betsy is back for her thirteenth Undead book, Undead and Unwary.She’s finally running out of excuses to help her Antichrist sister Laura run Hell, though truthfully, she’s ready to go to Hell just to get away from some of the other drama going on in her world. With the insane twin baby craziness and sightings […]

Review of Some Like it Haunted by Karen Cantwell

Sophie Rhodes is finally back for another ghostly adventure in Some Like it Haunted.This time around, it’s her ex-boyfriend policeman Shane Daniels who’s having the ghost problems. He’s being haunted by a woman named Myrtle and she won’t leave him alone until he helps her find out who she is and what happened to her. […]

Review of Poison Fruit by Jacqueline Carey

We’re going back to Pemkowet for the third Agent of Hel novel, Poison Fruit,where Hel’s liason Daisy Johanssen tries to keep the town safe in the name of the Norse goddess of the dead. When a night hag starts visiting people in town, Daisy will do anything she needs to in order to catch it, […]

Review of Natural Reaction by Terri Reid

A fifty year old mystery is the center of the sixth Mary O’Reilly Paranormal Mystery, Natural Reaction.Science teacher Charlie Thorne died a hero, rescuing his whole class from a fire in the lab, but dying in a subsequent explosion. But when Mary sees Charlie’s ghost while in the hospital recovering from the attack that almost […]

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 […]