Review of Dial Marr for Murder by Karen Cantwell

It’s flu season and Barbara Marr is busy trying to keep her friends and family healthy, but a sudden lack of volunteers at the Rustic Woods Nature Center has activities director Bunny Bergen asking Barbara to help set up the Halloween Nature Walk in Dial Marr for Murder.Of course, Barbara finds a dead body not […]

Review of Accidental Sire by Molly Harper

In the newest Half Moon Hollow story, Accidental Sire,college student Meagan Keene is the unfortunately victim of a horrible Ultimate Frisbee accidental and can only be saved by being turned into a vampire. Ben Overby was just getting to know Meg when the unexpected happened. But now he’s the victim of his own accidental turning when […]

Review of Silent Child by Sarah Denzil

When Emma Price’s six year old son, Aiden, disappeared during a flood ten years ago during, it was thought he drown in the River Ouse in Silent Child.After hitting rock bottom with grief, her life is finally in a good place again. She’s married and expecting a baby girl. Then Aiden returns, but since he won’t talk, […]

Review of Bannerless by Carrie Vaughn

When investigators Enid of Haven and her partner Tomas are sent to the village of Pasadan to investigate a suspicious death in Bannerless.They live in a post apocalyptic world where rules are very important. Households can’t go over their quotas, children can’t be born without a banner and investigators are viewed with fear and hostility. It’s […]

Review of Say Yes to the Cowboy by Vicki Lewis Thompson

While trick roper Zeke Rafferty is recuperating at his foster brother’s new Sheriden, Wyoming house in Say Yes to the Cowboy,he gets an unexpected visit from Tess Irwin, a woman he had a two night fling with in Texas. Tess informs him that she’s pregnant, but doesn’t expect him to take any responsibility for the child. Zeke […]