Review of Gun Shy by Donna Ball

I was in the mood for a quick read and Gun Shyby Donna Ball fit the bill. I totally enjoy reading the Raine Stockton Dog Mysteries and Gun Shy was no exception. The story starts with Raine being called to collect an upset dog from a crime scene. The dead woman was the dog’s owner […]

Review of Bones by Jonathan Kellerman

Okay, I will admit that Jonathan Kellerman’s new book, Bones,was a real page turner. I read more than half of it in one day. But I still stand by my statement made in my last Kellerman review. When did Alex Delaware join the police force? I understand that’s the premise behind most amateur sleuth books, […]

Review of Swallowing Darkness by Laurell K. Hamilton

In true Merry Gentry style, the 7th book, Swallowing Darknesstakes place in the course of one day. Merry is in a human hospital being treated for shock after being raped by her Uncle, King Taranis of the Seelie Court. Taranis now claims her unborn twins as his and demands her return to the Seelie Court […]

Review of Wolfsbane and Mistletoe edited by Charlaine Harris and Toni L. P. Kelner

You’ve just got to love the whole idea of werewolves and Christmas. They actually go together better than you might think. Werewolves and Christmas are the two main ideas behind all the short stories in Wolfsbane and Mistletoeand I must say I found all of them highly amusing and some were just downright funnier than […]

Review of Living with the Dead by Kelley Armstrong

Living with the Deadis the 9th book in the Woman of the Otherworld Series and brings us again into the orbit of half Chaos Demon┬áHope Adams and her Werewolf boyfriend Karl Marsten, following the 8th book, Personal Demon.We’re also introduced to Hope’s human friend Robyn Peltier and Police Detective John Findley, who can see ghosts […]