Review of Downpour by Kat Richardson

In the sixth Greywalker novel, Downpour,Harper Blaine is still trying to figure out how her Grey abilities have changed after dying the third time. This time, she seems to be a little on the losing side, having less control of the Grey than she did before. While on a PI job on the Olympic Peninsula, […]

Review of Harrowing Hats by Joyce and Jim Lavene

In the newest Renaissance Faire Mystery, Harrowing Hats,assistant history professor Jessie Morton has found herself without a summer apprenticeship until her hunky boyfriend, and town bailiff, Chase Manhattan finds her a job with the Faire hat maker. Thrilled to be doing anything other than running the frog catapult, Jessie jumps at the opportunity. But as […]

Review of Dark Rising by Greig Beck

Alex Hunter, codename Arcadian, is back in Dark Rising,Greig Beck’s second novel. When a gamma radiation event is discovered in Iran, Alex Hunter and a group of HAWCs join forces with an Israeli Mossad agent and a scientist to discover the cause and neutralize the threat. The only problem? Alex has been ordered to discover […]

Review of Night of the Loving Dead by Casey Daniels

In her fourth outing, Night of the Loving Dead,Pepper Martin is in Chicago, filling in for her boss at a cemetery conference. There, she finds a ghost who wants her help proving something fishy is going on at a mental health clinic. Why does Pepper care? Because this case will affect Dr. Dan Callahan, the […]

Review of Cold Vengeance by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

After the devastating discovery in Fever Dreamthat his wife Helen was murdered, Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast is hot on the trail of her killer. A killer who could well be his own brother-in-law, Judson Esterhazy.¬†After Esterhazy makes an attempt on Pengergast’s life at the beginning of Cold Vengeance,Pendergast will stop at nothing to find the […]