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 […]

Review of Sea of Shadows by Kelley Armstrong

Kelley Armstrong starts a new fantasy series with Sea of Shadows.Sixteen year old twin sisters Moria and Ashyn are the new Keeper and Seeker of Edgewood, a town that sits on the edge of the Forest of the Dead, where exiles are sent to die. Ashyn’s job is to find the souls of the dead […]

Review of Darkness Exposed by Terri Reid

The fifth Mary O’Reilly Paranormal Mystery, Darkness Exposed,finally brings us the story of what happened to Jeannine Alden eight years ago. As ghostly Jeannine starts to remember some of the events that led up to her disappearance, Mary O’Reilly and visiting paranormal professor Ian MacDougal will go undercover as a married couple, living in the house […]

Review of Final Call by Terri Reid

Things aren’t looking up for Mary O’Reilly in the fourth novel, Final Call.A local socialite and actress has been murdered and Police Chief Bradley Alden has asked Mary for help talking to the woman’s ghost. Things have been strained between Mary and Bradley since his dead wife asked Mary not to tell him she was dead […]