#BookReview: WE’RE ALL DAMAGED by Matthew Norman

Andy Carter was happy. He had a solid job. He ran 5Ks for charity. He was living a nice, safe Midwestern existence. And then his wife left him for a handsome paramedic down the street. We’re All Damaged begins after Andy has lost his job, ruined his best friend’s wedding, and moved to New York City, where he lives in a tiny apartment with an angry cat named Jeter that isn’t technically his. But before Read More …

Book Review: DEAD DROP by Jesse Miles

Jack Salvo teaches philosophy one night a week at a community college, but he pays his bills by working as a Los Angeles private detective. An aerospace company hires him to investigate a small-time embezzlement. The company assigns a pretty, quick-witted security expert named Lilith Lin to work with him. It’s a piece of cake–a direct route to the embezzler and a client with deep pockets. But another embezzlement and pair of corpses expand his Read More …

Book Review: Opal Fire by Barbra Annino

Stacy Justice is just your average green-eyed, redheaded, twenty-something witch who would rather focus on her job as a reporter than practice the crazy magic her grandmother and great-aunts are into. She’s perfectly content to spend her free time hanging with her cop boyfriend and her gassy Great Dane and helping her cousin Cinnamon run the Black Opal bar. But when the Opal goes up in flames, Stacy may need that magic after all. The Read More …

Book Review: A Haunting In Lottawatah by Evelyn David

A Haunting in Lottawatah is the fifth book in the Brianna Sullivan Mysteries ebook series. A novella length story, A Haunting in Lottawatah continues the spooky, yet funny saga of psychic Brianna Sullivan who planned to travel the country in her motor home looking for adventure, but unexpectedly ended up in a small town in Oklahoma. In A Haunting in Lottawatah, Brianna is hired to exorcise ghosts from a mansion. But these spirits defy all Read More …

Review: Playing With Poison by Cindy Blackburn (Cozy Mystery)

Pool shark Jessie Hewitt usually knows where the balls will fall and how the game will end. But when a body lands on her couch, and the cute cop in her kitchen accuses her of murder, even Jessie isn’t sure what will happen next. She also isn’t sure how to catch a killer, but she’s about to learn. Her skill set doesn’t exactly fit the task, however. Jessie put herself through college hustling at a Read More …