Review of The Reckoning by Kelley Armstrong

The Reckoning,book 3 in the Darkest Powers series, is also billed as the last book of this trilogy. I’m not sure if that’s really true or not, since I think it’s totally possible the characters from this series could turn up in other books, including the Otherworld series. Chloe Saunders and her three friends, Derek, […]

Review of Demon Hunts by C.E. Murphy

In the fifth installment of the Walker Papers, Demon Hunts,shaman Joanne Walker and her partner Billy Holliday are searching for a cannibalistic killer who is probably supernatural in nature. Why would they think that? The lack of blood or footprints where the bodies are found. Problem is, Joanne can’t find any evidence at all about […]

Review of Evidence by Jonathan Kellerman

So I’m a little behind on my Jonathan Kellerman reading, which is why I’m reviewing Alex Delaware book number 24 Evidence,and not book number 25, Deception. LAPD Detective Lt. Milo Sturgis calls in his friend Dr. Alex Delaware to help on an odd double homicide. The victims, a man and a woman, were both murdered […]

Review of Bullet by Laurell K. Hamilton

Okay, let’s not sugar coat things. Bullet,the 19th installment of the Anita Blake series, did not get good reviews. And I agree with them. It was not an exceptionally good story and I’ll probably forget about it pretty quickly. In fact, some things (the first 11 chapters) start so far out in left field that […]

Review of Early to Death, Early to Rise by Kim Harrison

I’ve been awaiting the second Madison Avery book, Early to Death, Early to Rise,with much anticipation. I’m not disappointed. Dark Time Keeper Madison and her own personal gang of Scoobies are back, trying to change how the reapers handle potentially bad souls. Madison believes people should be given the choice to change their futures, before […]