Review of The Silence of the Chihuahuas by Waverly Curtis

When aspiring PI Geri Sullivan’s Chihuahua Pepe stops talking to her in The Silence of the Chihuahuas, she can’t figure out what’s going on. Others see it as a good thing, but Geri relies on Pepe to help her solve her cases. Now that they have three cases at the same time, one of them […]

Review of Fangs for the Memories by Molly Harper

In the Half Moon Hollow short, Fangs for the Memories,we get to catch up with Jane’s friend Andrea and get the back story about how she and vampire Dick Cheney become involved and why she really ended up working for Jane at the bookstore. All this went on in the background when Jane inherited the […]

Review of El Hidalgo de la Noche by Carrie Vaughn

In El Hidalgo de la Nochewe get to go back into the past and learn moreĀ about Kitty Norville’s friend Rick, the former vampire Master of Denver who left his post to serve God. Four hundred years ago, Ricardo de Avila thought he was the only one of his kind, a demon who was no longer […]

Review of Just One Taste by Lexi Blake

Eric Vail is the sous chef at Top, Sean Taggart’s restaurant, in Just One Taste.He’s had his eye on waitress Deena Holmes for a while now, but she’s not interested in a relationship. Deena’s ex-husband let her put him through law school and immediately left her for another lawyer at his first job while leaving […]

Review of Crimson Shore by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

FBI Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast is asked to personally investigate the theft of a famous sculptor’s collection of wine in the fifteenth novel, Crimson Shore.While it’s not his normal type of case, he decides to take it on and travels with his ward, Constance Greene, to the town of Exmouth on theĀ coast of Massachusetts. He […]