Review of Made to be Broken by Kelley Armstrong

In Kelley Armstrong’s second Nadia Stafford novel, Made to be Broken,hit woman Nadia is forced to deal with her own troubled past when the unwed teenage mother she employs at her wilderness lodge disappears with her baby in the Canadian wilderness. While neither Sammi’s mother or the police seem to be too concerned, thinking she’s […]

Review of Beneath a Marble Sky by John Shors

Beneath a Marble Skyis many things, but firstly it’s the story of love. Told from the view point of Jahanara, eldest daughter of Shah Jahan and his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, it is a fictional account of the events that may have led to the building of the Taj Mahal, one of India’s greatest monuments. […]

Review of Poltergeist by kat Richardson

I was glad to see that in Poltergeist,book two of the Greywalker series, Kat Richardson brought Harper Blaine into the 21st Century and got her a cell phone. The beeper was just too 90s and gave Greywalkeran outdated feel. In Poltergeist, Harper has been asked to find the saboteur of a college poltergeist research group. […]

Review of Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris

Now that Charlaine Harris has become a household name with the HBO series, True Blood, I’m happy to say “I read her when”. While I don’t agree with all the changes to the Southern Vampire/Sookie Stackhouse world, I am an avid fan of the series. We actually signed up for HBO just to watch it. […]

Review of Conspirator by C.J. Cherryh

I’ve been reading the Foreigner Series since the first book, Foreigner,came out in 1994. You’d think after 15 years, the series would be getting old and tired, but it’s really just the opposite. I can honestly say that I look forward to reading each new book and usually do as soon as I get them. […]