Review of Devil May Ride by Wendy Roberts

I’m really liking the Ghost Dusters series and I just finished Devil May Ride,the second book in the series. Sadie Novack is helping out fellow crime scene cleanup company Scour Power while the owner is out of town. Unfortunately, cleaning up meth labs isn’t something she enjoys very much, especially when the people who were […]

Review of Death’s Excellent Vacation edited by Charlaine Harris and Toni L. P. Kelner

Contrary to it’s name, Death’s Excellent Vacationdid not contains lots of stories about the Grim Reaper on vacation. In fact, it would have been better named Supernatural’s Excellent Vacation. The stories contained vampires, werewolves, gargoyles and leprechauns, but no reapers. That little disappointment aside, it was still a great collection of stories and here are […]

Review of Labyrinth by Kat Richardson

Things are still a little too complicated for Harper Blaine in the 5th Greywalker novel, Labyrinth.Just back from her job in London, she returns to find her boyfriend Quinton living in her condo after being driven out of the underground by overly active vampires, said condo overrun by vampires looking for her, her employer, Edward, […]

Review of Dark and Stormy Knights edited by P.N. Elrod

There’s nothing like a good anthology to fulfill your craving for a quick reading fix. Dark and Stormy Knightsfits the bill. Not all the stories were a home run, but here’s the ones I liked the best. Even a Rabbit will Bite by Rachel Caine: A retiring Dragon Slayer has been asked to train her […]

Review of Waking the Witch by Kelley Armstrong

In her first solo PI case, Waking the Witchshows us that Savannah Levine has what it takes to stand on her own two feet. When a friend of Lucas Cortez contacts Savannah looking for their firm’s help on a case, the young witch decides to go it alone and prove she’s ready to work solo. […]