Review of Psychic by Sylvia Browne

While much of the information in Sylvia Browne’s new book, Psychic,is old news to long time readers, there are enough new and interesting tidbits to make it a worthwhile read for any Sylvia Browne fan. Sylvia gives us an intimate look into her personal life, including her abusive childhood, her three failed marriages, her bankruptcy, […]

Review of Deceiver by C.J. Cherryh

So here we are with the 11th book in the Foreigner Series, Deceiver,and I feel like I can say with some relief “Welcome back!”. This book brings us back to the things that drew me to the series in the beginning. A little action, a little adventure, a little political intrigue and a lot to […]

Review of Fever Dream by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child are among our favorite authors between me, Roger and my Mom. All of their books have made their way between the three of us. Fever Dreamwill be no exception. Our favorite character, FBI Special Agent Pendergast, is back, along with NYPD Police Lt. Vincent D’Agosta and his girlfriend Captain Laura […]

Review of Dead in the Family by Charlaine Harris

Unlike another vampire author who shall remain nameless, I haven’t grown tired of the Charlaine Harris Sookie Stackhouse series yet. The 10th installment is called Dead in the Familyand it starts out with Sookie still recovering from the serious injuries she sustained in Dead and Gone.She’s not the only one still suffering. Vampire Bill hasn’t […]

Review of The Tunnels by Michelle Gagnon

In Michelle Gagnon’s first Kelly Jones novel, The Tunnels,we’re introduced to the FBI Agent when she’s assigned to a case of murders that happened in the tunnels underneath a prestigious college in Connecticut that Kelly herself graduated from. The bodies are oddly mutilated and a picture is drawn behind each in the blood from the […]