Review of Honey, I Shrunk the Werewolf by Dakota Cassidy

So, the shrinking involved in Honey, I Shrunk the Werewolfis probably not the shrinking you’re thinking of. Boy, that sounds bad. It’s the psychological kind. Werewolf Crosby Nash doesn’t remember who he is. Someone knocked him hard on the head while he was in wolf form and he’s got no clue how or where it […]

Review of The Accidental Werewolf by Dakota Cassidy

So, I think I’ve found a new series to like. Dakota Cassidy’s Accidental Series, which starts with The Accidental Werewolf. While trying to save her own toy poodle, door-to-door cosmetics salesperson Marty Andrews gets bitten by what she thought was another dog. But now a hunky man is sitting on her couch telling her that […]

Review of The Calling of the Grave by Simon Beckett

I’m very surprised that The Calling of the Gravehasn’t been published in the US yet. As the fourth David Hunter novel, it deserved the same chance the first three got. It may still get it eventually, but for now I’m listing the Kindle version, even though I bought a used copy of the British version […]

Review of Angel’s Advocate by Mary Stanton

On the second outing of Beaufort and Company Mysteries, Angel’s Advocate,Bree Winston-Beaufort’s human client is an unrepentant bratty seventeen year old in trouble for stealing a Girl Scout’s money box. While investigating the girl’s motives for being so blatantly unapologetic, Bree is contacted by the girl’s dead father, who wants Bree to take his ghostly appeal. […]

Review of A Werewolf in Greenwich Village by Vicki Lewis Thompson

I haven’t yet reviewed something that came in ebook format only, but I felt like this one deserved a mention since I just reviewed the related book yesterday. A Werewolf in Greenwich Villagetakes places some time after A Werewolf in Manhattan,but just before A Werewolf in the North Woods. Now that Nadia Henderson has been […]