Review of Smoky Mountain Tracks by Donna Ball

I love fast reads and I thoroughly enjoyed Smoky Mountain Tracks,the first book in the Raine Stockton Dog Mysteries. Raine has given up search and rescue after losing her much beloved dog, Cassidy. Her new dog, Cisco, just doesn’t measure up. So when she gets a call in the middle of the night asking for […]

Review of In My Dark Dreams by J. F. Freeman

In My Dark Dreamsis the story of a man accused of not one, but two separate crimes and the lawyer who defends him for both crimes. The first crime Roberto Salazar is accused of involves stolen television sets and a cop who technically searched his truck based on a lie. His lawyer, Jessica Thompson, a […]

Review of Free Fall by Laura Anne Gilman

In Free Fall,the war between the Silence, Nulls, Talent and Fatae has finally come to a head. Still reeling from the break with Sergei and the losses at the battle of Burning Bridge, Wren is just trying to get by. Many people have fled the city for safety and P.B. is living with Wren, but […]

Review of From Dead to Worse by Charlaine Harris

Now that I’ve gotten my replacement copy of the newest Sookie Stackhouse book, From Dead to Worse,I was able to finish reading it and can write my review. The latest Sookie book covers lots of different ground, most of it from previous story lines. Sookie’s weretiger boyfriend Quinn hasn’t been seen since leaving the aftermath […]

Review of The Queen’s Bastard by C.E. Murphy

Belinda Primrose is The Queen’s Bastard,conceived and born in secret and raised by her father, the Queen’s lover and spymaster, as his neice. Her earliest memory is from her birth. “It cannot be found out” were the words that brought her into the world. So begins Belinda’s secret life, one where she will be used […]