Review of The Lost Child by Patricia Gibney

When a woman is killed and another missing in The Lost Child,Detective Lottie Parker will have more than a standard mystery to unravel. More deaths and another missing person ramp up the pressure to solve the case, but when Lottie finds out it might be connected to her own father’s death, it adds another level  […]

Review of Ghost Ship by James Rollins

When Commander Gray Pierce and his girlfriend Seichan go on an extended vacation from Sigma Force, they end up at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and become embroiled in the hunt for a lost ship and it’s cargo of gold in Ghost Ship.A group of researchers made the find, but someone sold them out […]

Review of Killman Creek by Rachel Caine (ARC edition)

Gwen Proctor and her children have been on the run from internet trolls for the last five years, but now her murderous ex-husband Melvin Royal is on the loose as well in the second Stillhouse Lake story, Killman Creek.Leaving her children with friends, she and Sam Cade, the brother of Melvin’s last victim, go on the […]

Review of Donovan by Glenna Sinclair

When Kate Thompson barely avoids being murdered one night after work, her father hires Gray Wolf Security to protect her. Specifically DonovanPritchard, who was the best friend of Kate’s dead brother. Kate still blames Donovan for Joshua’s death and wants nothing to do with him. Unfortunately, she has no choice in the matter. But as things […]

Review of Sleep Like a Baby by Charlaine Harris

Motherhood is proving to be a new adventure for Aurora Teagarden in the tenth book, Sleep Like a Baby.Until she comes down with the flu when her husband Robin has to go out of town to an awards banquet. He hires Virginia to help out at night, but Virginia disappears while Roe and her brother are […]