Mystery, Suspense

In Broad Daylight – A Jess Harding Novel by Seth Harwood

This is a fascinating story. Jessica Harding is a FBI agent hot on the trail of a serial killer. Five years ago, she was in Anchorage, Alaska, chasing this same nightmare. It was her first time leading an investigation that contained crime scene after crime scene, and too few clues. After months, the scent grew… Continue reading In Broad Daylight – A Jess Harding Novel by Seth Harwood

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Action, Science Fiction

The Eye of Hermes by William Howard

Yannick DcCullen is a blue and green Trionyx - seven-foot-two, spikes down his back and razor-sharp claws on paws and feet. Buddash Kyo is a Cranitian - skin cheddar-hued and large saucer-shaped eyes on either side of his oblong face. He has his own personal body armor - a scaled protective layer from the back… Continue reading The Eye of Hermes by William Howard

Featured Author, Review

Featured Author: David Z. Hirsch

David Z Hirsch is the pen name of Maryland physician and author of Didn’t Get Frazzled. He graduated from Wesleyan University, received a medical degree from NYU School of Medicine, and completed an internal medicine residency at Johns Hopkins Bayview. Despite all that, he has never stopped writing and, even more surprisingly, scribbles quite legibly. If… Continue reading Featured Author: David Z. Hirsch

Horror, Review, Young Adult

Cheerleading can be Murder by Carissa Ann Lynch

This clichéd, little book begins with cheerleading and ends with cheerleading. The middle of the book - more cheerleading. For those of us who don't care about cheerleading one way or the other, it might be difficult, dare I say painful, to swallow the life and death stance on cheerleading portrayed in this book. There… Continue reading Cheerleading can be Murder by Carissa Ann Lynch

Contemporary, Review, Time travel, Young Adult

Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver

I wasn't sure if I should review this book. It has thousands already and was made into a truly horrible movie. Fortunately, I read the book before watching it. For all those people who saw the movie but haven't read the book, and those who haven't given it a thought at all, this review is… Continue reading Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver

Fantasy, Mystery, Review

Jackaby by William Ritter

It is winter 1892. Abigail Rook has just landed at New Fiddleham in New England. Although a proper young English woman, she has absconded with her school tuition money to go adventuring and heads straight to America. There, she's penniless, wearing a scrubby dress, and looking for employment. Fortunately, she stops at an inn where… Continue reading Jackaby by William Ritter