Review of The Trouble with Turkeys by Kathi Daley

Still reeling from being fired from her dream job at the Ashton Falls animal shelter, Zoe Donovan agrees to help out her former co-worker Jeremy in book two, The Trouble with Turkeys.Jeremy is caring for turkeys after their owner is murdered two weeks before Thanksgiving and Zoe can’t help but try to solve the mystery. With […]

Review of The Book of the Dead by Greig Beck

It all starts with a sink hole and a missing couple, but The Book of the Deadquickly turns into a horrifying story of possible mass extinction. Professor Matt Kearns is called in as a language expert to help investigate possible symbols found in the first sink hole. He’s joined by both military and civilian experts […]

Review of I’m Dreaming of an Undead Christmas by Molly Harper

Gigi Scanlon is home from college for the holidays in the newest Half Moon Hollow story, I’m Dreaming of an Undead Christmas.She has a lot of  things going on in her life. She wants to break up with her boyfriend. Her recently-turned-vampire sister Iris is trying to plan the perfect Christmas and not bite her. Her […]

Review of Blue Labyrinth by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast is haunted by past family secrets in Blue Labyrinth.Starting with the unexpected murder of one of his enemies left on his own doorstep and leading to an abandoned turquoise mine in Salton Sea. Pendergast will face an unknown adversary determined to make him pay for the crimes of his ancestor. As a mysterious […]

Review of Gifted by Kelley Armstrong

Kelley Armstrong gives us two holiday themed short stories in Gifted.The first story, Gabriel’s Gargoyles, takes place in the Cainsville universe featuring Gabriel Walsh as a young child. He’s already taking care of himself while his mother spends her time getting high or with her boyfriends, but holidays are spent with his great-aunt Rose in Cainsville. […]