Review of City of Endless Night by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

While Agent Pendergast is still reeling from the departure of Constance Greene, a series of murders grips New York City in City of Endless Night.While Pendergast isn’t initially interested in the murders, Lieutenant Vincent D’Agosta is in charge of the investigations and the leads aren’t panning out. What do the murders have in common and why were […]

Review of Primordia by Greig Beck

When former soldier Ben Cartwright discovers his namesake ancestor’s papers after his father passes away, he finds a connection to Arthur Conan Doyle’s story, The Lost World, in Primordia.Was Doyle’s story based the expedition that took his ancestor’s life in 1908? Could there really be a place in Venezuela where extinct creatures still walked the […]

Review of Emergence by C.J. Cherryh

While paidhi-aiji Bren Cameron is back home on the island of Mospheira setting up security and tutelage for the three young human children about to be sent down from the space station in Emergence,the Aiji’s young heir, Cajeiri, is in the middle of his own troubles at his great uncle’s estate of Tirnamardi, where a […]

Review of The Demon Crown by James Rollins

Commander Grayson Pierce may face the ultimate threat in the newest Sigma Force novel, The Demon Crown.While on a sabbatical from work with his significant other, Seichan, both are targeted in Hawaii by an attack that unleashes a swarm of insects that has survived since the prehistoric age. This extinction-level event could mean the end of life […]

Review of Kowalski’s in Love by James Rollins

When Naval seaman Joe Kowalski gets stranded on an island after his boat blows up, he’s rescued by Sigma operative Dr. Shay Rosauro in Kowlski’s in Love. But when Shay is injured, Kowalski pledges to complete her mission in the short time period they have left before the island is bombed. Kowalski may have just […]