Dream Girl

After an accident leaves him bedridden, author Gerry Andersen begins receiving letters, phone calls and visits from a woman claiming to be Audrey – the central character from his most successful novel DREAM GIRL.  With a history of mental illness in his family, is Gerry beginning to lose his mind or is someone from his…

Lonesome Dove

I’ve been wanting to read Larry McMurtry’s Lonesome Dove for a while now.  Over the years I’ve read many positive reviews from those I trust on Goodreads, so I had a feeling I wouldn’t be disappointed but with Stephen King’s Dark Tower series being as close as I’ve come to reading a western, I found…

Rabbits

Rabbits follows K., someone who has become obsessed with seeking out and discovering patterns and connections throughout their day-to-day life.  A few years ago, they discovered an almost alternate reality style game played in secret amongst a select few.  Very little information is available about the game, but its roots run deep in both culture…

Five Decembers

A few weeks ago, I received an email from publisher Hard Case Crime offering up e-galleys of a forthcoming novel entitled FIVE DECEMBERS, which is due for release later this year.  In said email Charles Adari, founder and editor at Hard Case Crime, called FIVE DECEMBERS “one of our best books ever” and also provided…

Spellman Six

The sixth and final (to date) installment of The Spellman Files series sees Izzy at a crossroads in her life.  Having instigated a coup against her parents and becoming the majority shareholder of Spellman Investigations, Izzy quickly finds herself in over her head. Izzy’s benefactor, Mr. Slaytor, who bankrolled her ability to gain majority ownership…

Getting Off

Kit Toliver spends her days picking up men and promptly murdering them afterwards.  While her behavior could likely be traced back to a traumatic event in her childhood, she certainly doesn’t hide the fact that she enjoys what she’s doing.  One day, when thinking back to all of the men she’s disposed of, she’s reminded…

Later

Jamie can see dead people. No, we’re not talking about that Bruce Willis movie (he actually says this in the story). Jamie only sees those who’ve recently died and not for long either. For whatever reason, Jamie has found that the dead are unable to lie and must truthfully answer any question asked of them.…