Category Archives: Book Reviews

Book Review: Cold Touch: Extrasensory Agents Book 2 by Leslie A. Kelly

I like the way the author is approaching this series by focusing on each member of the Extrasensory Agents detective team. Each has their own background story and the murder mystery plot brings out not only their story and their … Continue reading

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Book Review: Vincent by Jonathan G Meyer

Science fiction has been one of my favorite genres since first discovering H.G. Wells and Jules Vern in grade school. Jonathan Meyer has captured a style reminiscent of those early science fiction writers woven into the modern age. Much of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cold Sight: Extrasensory Agents Book 1 by Leslie A. Kelly

I like mysteries and this one is well written.  Continue reading

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Book Review: White Rose, Black Forest by Eoin Dempsey

It has been awhile since I read and reviewed a book here. I’ve been doing other things and can’t promise I’ll be having regular book reviews again. Although I would like to try and keep up with a couple reviews … Continue reading

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Book Review: Siren Song by Markie Madden

Siren Song (The Undead Unit Book #4) by Markie Madden I’ve read all the previous books in The Undead Unit series. The relationships of the main characters is amazing.  A team that is exceptionally close as you would expect of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Life in the War Zone by Paul White

After reading a promotion for Life in the War Zone – A Collection of Personal Stories Based on True Accounts by Paul White I went to the promo web page.  I mostly read on the Kindle app on my phone. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pigeon by Pres Maxson

A delightfully entertaining and outrageously absurd detective story. This is the kind of read that I call “cotton candy” for the brain. It is reminiscent of reading Douglas Adams books.  In serious novels one expects well developed and deep characters, … Continue reading

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