Review of Ice Trap by Kitty Sewell

I always like finding new authors. Ice Trapis Kitty Sewell’s first book and I must say that it’s a good one. It gets mixed reviews on Amazon.com, but I guess it’s just the kind of book I like. The book opens with a big surprise for Welsh doctor Dafydd Woodruff. A 13 year old girl […]

Review of Burning Bridges by Laura Anne Gilman

Burning Bridgesis a prime example of how I can get behind on my reading. It’s the 4th book in the Retrievers Series and the 5th book,Free Fall,just came out this week. A review of that book will also be coming soon. Wren Valere is a Retriever, which is just a nicer word for professional thief. […]

Review of Real Murders by Charlaine Harris

I adore Charlaine Harris. Ever since I read the first Sookie Stackhouse book, Dead Until Dark,she’s been one of my favorite authors. I read all the Lily Bard Shakespeare Mysteries,the Harper Connelly Seriesand even the two stand alone books. It took me awhile to get around to the Aurora Teagarden Mysteries because they were out […]

Review of House of Cards by C.E. Murphy

I’m a fan of C.E. Murphy’s Walker Papersseries, so when I first heard she was writing a new series, I was a little wary that I would enjoy it as much as I enjoyed Joanne Walker. Well, Margrit Knight has proven to be a formidable heroine in her own right. Better known as Grit to […]

The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch

The Lies of Locke Lamora can be found in the SciFi/Fantasy section of your bookstore of choice but I found it to be more of a dark-hearted caper/con game/heist tale that happens to unfold within a fantasy milieu. This is not your standard fantasy quest-oriented story; it takes place entirely within the environs of Camorr, […]