Review of Vacations from Hell Anthology

There’s nothing like a good paranormal vacation anthology, which is what Vacations from Hellis. It’s a quick, enjoyable read and great fun all rolled into one. Here’s a break down of the stories. Cruisin’ by Sarah Mlynowski: Kristin and Liz are on the Cruise to Nowhere and Kirstin is looking for her “first time” guy. […]

Review of Mortal Sins by Eileen Wilks

Mortal Sinsis book five of the World of the Lupi series. I’ve said before that I keep forgetting how much I enjoy this series until I read one of them and then I wondered what took me so long. I know I’m still behind, but I’ll have to make up for it soon. FBI Agent […]

Review of A Witch in Time by Madelyn Alt

In the sixth Bewitching Mystery A Witch in Time,psychic sensitive Maggie O’Neill’s sister Melanie is in the hospital having her baby. While on a food run, Maggie gets stuck in an elevator and overhears a sinister conversation. Later, after the babies (she ends up having twins) are born, Maggie overhears and argument from a room […]

Review of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson

If you haven’t heard of Stieg Larsson’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoothen you must be living under a rock. It’s a #1 Bestseller and the whole Millenium Trilogy has been made into movies. The one word I have to describe it is disturbing. In a good way. Mikael Blomkvist is a journalist who’s just […]