Review of Do Dead People Walk Their Dogs? by Concetta Bertoldi

Concetta Bertoldi’s second book, Do Dead People Walk Their Dogs?,attempts to answer the questions you would ask a psychic if you had the chance. The questions are ones she’s been asked by clients and fans alike and her answers are fun and informing. Her views of the Other Side are very similar to Sylvia Browne’s […]

Review of Angelic by Kelley Armstrong

In an exceptionally quick read, we’re treated to a story featuring Women of the Otherworld’s dead half-demon black witch, Eve Levine, who now works 6 months of the year as an Angel. In Angelic,we find Eve pissed off with the Fates for postponing her vacation and planning a way to get herself fired as an […]

Review of Impact by Douglas Preston

Blasphemy‘sex-CIA agent Wyman Ford is back in Impact,Douglas Preston’s newest thriller. Sent on a secret mission to Cambodia looking for a mine that contains radioactive gemstones, he discovers that the stakes are much higher than he’s been led to believe. Somehow, this mine is related to a meteor impact site in coastal Maine and not […]

Review of The 5 Greatest Warriors by Matthew Reilly

Yay for Matthew Reilly! After the jaw dropping cliff hanger ending to The 6 Sacred Stones,The 5 Greatest Warriorspicks up right where we left off and runs full out from there. Was there ever really any doubt that Jack West Jr. would survive? Of course not! There wouldn’t be a story without him. After placing […]

Review of Altar of Eden by James Rollins

I’ve been a fan of James Rollins for some time now and I always look forward to each new book. His latest book is Altar of Eden,an action thriller that satisfies on so many levels. Dr. Lorna Polk is a veterinarian who works for research facility specializing in endangered species. She’s called to the wreck […]