Review of The Messenger by Jan Burke

Jan Burke’s new book The Messengeris totally unlike her popular Irene Kelly series. That’s not a bad thing, but I am a big Irene Kelly fan. Instead, she’s taking a trip down a supernatural lane with a twist on an age old idea. The Messenger refers to people who can communicate with the dead right […]

Review of Night Huntress by Yasmine Galenorn

In Night Huntress,book 5 in the Sisters of the Moon Series, we are back to the point of view of D’Artigo sister Delilah. Delilah is a half-Fae/half-human who’s also a werecat. Along with her sisters Camille and Menolly, she’s trying to protect the human world from the demon Shadow Wing. Delilah has personal problems as […]

Review of The Fourth Queen by Debbie Taylor

I wasn’t sure if I would like The Fourth Queen,but I found I was pleasantly surprised. Based on historical facts, the story takes place in 18th century Morocco, where slave markets where commonplace. While the story itself it fiction, it has enough fact in it to make it believable. Scottish lass Helen Gloag is running […]

Review of Fish Out of Water by MaryJanice Davidson

I was saddened to find out that Fish Out of Wateris the third and last book in the Fred the Mermaid series. I’ve grown to really enjoy Fred and I’ll miss her lots. Hopefully she’ll make an appearance in a short story at some point. Fish Out of Water has poor Fred feeling exactly that. […]

Review of How Not To Die by Dr. Jan Garavaglia, M.D.

If you’re familiar with the TV show Dr. G: Medical Examiner, then you know who Dr. Jan Garavaglia is. She’s not just that pretty face who shows you the mysterious life of a Medical Examiner every week on TV, she’s also a Doctor with a lot of insight on how people die, either prematurely or […]