Review of With Visions of Red by Trisha Wolfe

Profiler Sadie Bonds knows all about killers from a personal experience that happened when she was a teenager in Visions of Red.Now, she’s hunting a serial killer with BDSM overtones. When Sadie first meets Shibari expert and ropes rigger Colton Reed, she considers him a suspect. While Colton has a secret he wants to stay […]

Review of Hybrid by Michael Esola

Back home in San Francisco, Bick Downs has been asked to join the Society of Cryptozoological Agents by John Corstine in Hybrid.His first case involves catching a eusmilus, a type of saber-toothed cat thought to be long extinct. Two of Bick’s friends have also been asked to join the S.C.A. and with two other team members, […]

Review of Perfect Victim by Kelley Armstrong

Tyrone Cypher has come to Nadia Stafford and her boyfriend Jack with a job in Perfect Victim.He wants them to protect an innocent woman in Hawaii who someone is trying to kill. They suspect one of lawyer Angela Kamaka’s clients is murdering their way through court employees and someone has already taken a shot at her. Nadia […]

Review of Written Off by E.J. Copperman

Author Rachel Goldman writes mysteries for a living. The last thing she expects is to become involved in one herself in Written Off.When a man claiming to be Duffy Madison, her fictional detective, calls and wants her helps finding a missing woman, Rachel thinks he’s crazy. Duffy is looking in to the disappearance of another […]

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  […]