book review. mystery fiction

Thanks to Carl Brookins for sharing another review.  How to Survive A Killer SéanceBy Penny WarnerMass Market release in 2011by Obsidian, 290 pages.ISBN:978-0-451-23279-3 Party planner Presley Parker is back. In another delightfully cozy murder mystery, she’s got herself enmeshed with some high-roller, high energy, digital silicon-valley types who are nothing if not focused. The problem …

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Book Review: Absolution by Susan Fleet

AbsolutionBy Susan FleetISBN: 978-1-4357-0841-9Pub. 2008, Lulu & Kindle This brutal, dark and explicit novel has a compelling drive to the third-person narrative that makes it difficult to stop reading.  In part, I suspect, readers may be drawn on by an almost irresistible desire to learn how much further the author is willing to go. Set …

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Book Review-The Kingdom Where Nobody Dies by Kathleen Hills

The Kingdom Where Nobody Diesby Kathleen HillsPoisoned Pen Press, January 2008hard cover,316 pagesISBN: 978-1-59058-476-7 The author of this novel has a strong background in rural America, particularly in the Upper Midwest. It shows in many of the nuances that affect the progress of this story. The novel is replete with icons of small towns, some …

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Book Review – Fly by Wire by Ward Larsen

 Thanks once more to Carl Brookins for sharing another review with us here. Fly By Wireby Ward LarsenISBN: 978-1-933515-86-1Hard Cover, 301 pgs.,Published by Oceanview Press, 2010 An unusual and fresh plot device blends world finance, international espionage, religious zealotry and cutting edge aviation technology in a fine and mostly fast-paced thriller. It is clear that …

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