Book Reviews

24 June 2013

Foe by J.M. Coetzee

Nobel Prize for Literature winner J. M. Coetzee’s Foe is not normally the sort of novel I’d enjoy – it is essentially told as a monologue, the main character uses ...
18 June 2013

The Prisoner of Heaven by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s Cemetery of Forgotten Books returns with the chilling instalment The Prisoner of Heaven. Daniel Sempere and his best friend Fermìn Romero de Torres receive an unwelcome visitor ...
17 June 2013

I Promise Not To Suffer by Gail D. Storey

Living in Wyoming, USA, I once became fascinated with the book Seven Half-Miles from Home by Wyoming artist and naturalist Mary Back.  Suffering from circulation problems bad enough to kill ...

16 June 2013

The Armada Legacy by Scott Mariani

Scott Mariani’s latest thriller in the Ben Hope series sees Ben pushed to breaking point in a race across continents. When his ex-girlfriend is kidnapped after a party celebrating the ...
15 June 2013

Arch Enemy by Frank Beddor

I've finally finished the third book and once again I'm feeling like I didn't actually enjoy it all that much. Though it hardly remind me of the first book, I ...

14 June 2013

Seeing Redd by Frank Beddor

Seeing Redd Review - 'The Evil Redd Heart Has Returned.'     This is the second book of the trilogy and it does pick up from the ending of the first one. This ...

13 June 2013

One Dozen Short Stories of the Strange and Spectacular by Milo James Fowler

1 Dozen collects 12 flash-sized tales in the slipstream, horror, and science fiction genres -- 11,000 words of weird, wonderful goodness in all. (Author Description) The very short product description is ...
12 June 2013

The Assassins' Village by Faith Mortimer

The Assassins’ Village” by the acclaimed indie author, Faith Mortimer, introduces, Diana Rivers, writer, sometime actor and amateur sleuth. When an expatriate theatrical group gather to discuss their next play there ...
11 June 2013

The Aunt Sally Team by Flick Merauld

When Bill Green puts a notice in a post office window in Oxford, he hopes for a group of intellectually stimulating companions with whom to share long summer evenings playing ...
10 June 2013

The Bluewater Killer by C. L. R. Dougherty

A peaceful journey under sail on a classic yacht turns into a gut-wrenching nightmare for a beautiful, manipulative, and not-so-innocent young woman. A distraught father enlists the aid of some ...
9 June 2013

10 Ways to Kill a Cupid by Leigh Parker

Leigh has a story to tell and despite the absurdity of it, it has to be told before it's forgotten forever.You see Leigh used to be a Cupid. very silly, ...
8 June 2013

Vengeance Wears Black by Seumas Gallacher

Jack Calder and his former SAS colleagues at ISP, a specialist security firm, are saved from certain death when an ex-Gurkha is killed smothering a deadly grenade thrown into a ...
7 June 2013

The Crew by Dougie Brimson

The Crew is Dougie Brimson's first novel, following a series of books on the subject of football hooliganism written with his brother Eddy. Once again, the territory covered relates to ...
6 June 2013

The Schliemann Legacy by D.A. Graystone

1873 — Heinrich Schliemann discovered ancient treasure in Turkey which proved the existence of Troy. 1943 — the treasure disappeared from Nazi Germany. 1981 — Henri Mardinaud, international information broker, discovers the ...
5 June 2013

The Templar Agenda by John Paul Davis

A Swiss banker is found murdered, the latest in a string of murders whose victims had connections to the Vatican. Their killers: a secret society whose members include some of ...
4 June 2013

The Turtle Boy by Kealan Patrick Burke

Available for the first time on Amazon Kindle, Kealan Patrick Burke's Bram Stoker Award-winning coming of age story The Turtle Boy. School is out and summer has begun. For eleven ...

3 June 2013

These Unquiet Bones by Dean Harrison

Trying to get behind the truth of her mother's death, Amy Snow unleashes the skeletons lurking in the darkness of her father's closet, and learns a terrible, twisted truth about ...
2 June 2013

The Death of Wendell Mackey by CT Westing

In a lonely lot at the end of a forgotten road sits a building, a place of secrets and unimaginable horrors. Wendell Mackey has just escaped from it, where he ...

1 June 2013

Wrong Place Wrong Time by David P Perlmutter

My name is David P Perlmutter and I have a story to tell based on true events. There are moments in the story that I'm not proud of but also ...
31 May 2013

Zero Sum by Russell Blake

Present Day Wall Street. Where intelligence agencies and the financial industry are strange bedfellows, and the two worlds are often intertwined in disturbing ways.In this chillingly plausible, controversial scenario of ...
30 May 2013

Suicide Vacation by Rich Allen

Jack Holden is a big fan of the silver screen, but if Hollywood ever make a movie about his life, it will be a horror film. He's lost his job ...

29 May 2013

Tell No Lies by Julie Compton

Jack Hilliard is an upstanding public prosecutor, whose life is turned upside down in several ways, triggered by his boss, Earl, resigning as District Attorney and putting Jack’s name forward ...
28 May 2013

The Rocking Horse Garden by Maggie Silwood

The Rocking Horse Garden is a sweeping historical novel set on the east coast of Scotland in the 19th Century, where we follow a family who work as fishermen, herring ...
22 May 2013

The Folks at Fifty Eight by Michael Patrick Clark

Crème de la crème of spy novels The Folks at Fifty Eight, seems to me in many ways like a traditionally written British spy thriller a la John le Carre. The ...