Review of Seawitch by Kat Richardson

Harper Blaine is back for another adventure in the seventh Greywalker novel, Seawitch.The title refers to the mysterious boat she’s been asked to investigate by the insurance company who owns it, having paid out for its loss twenty-seven years ago. The boat has returned to port, seemingly of its own accord. The only evidence of […]

‘Scuse Me While I Kill This Guy by Leslie Langtry

There’s nothing like the free glimpse of a series and that’s how I got ‘Scuse Me While I Kill This Guy,the first book the Greatest Hits Mysteries series. Meet┬áVirginia (Ginny) Bombay. Widow, mother of a five year old daughter and assassin. She comes from a long line of Bombay assassins. Everyone born into the family […]

Review of Croc and the Fox by Eve Langlais

If you’re going to read the third Furry United Coalition book, Croc and the Fox,you should really start with the first two books in the series. Bunny and the Bearand Swan and the Bearwill give you the back story on FUC (the Furry United Coalition) and their battle against the Mastermind, who’s been kidnapping shifters […]

Review of Two Weeks’ Notice by Rachel Caine

In the second Revivalist Novel, Two Weeks’ Notice,our not quite dead heroine Bryn Davis is running her own funeral home and still getting daily injections to keep her alive, or at least not decomposing. She’s being protected by the ever reliable Joe Fideli, living with her sweetie Patrick McCallister, still looking for her missing, and […]

Review of The Care and Feeding of Stray Vampires by Molly Harper

Readers of Molly Harper’s Jane Jameson series will be aware of the main character in her new novel, The Care and Feeding of Stray Vampires.Iris Scanlon runs Beeline, Half-Moon Hollows only vampire concierge service. While dropping off paperwork at the home of a new client, she trips over the man lying on the floor of […]