Who Buries The Dead by C.S. Harris – Book Tour

Who Buries The Dead

Who Buries the Dead is the 10th installment in the Sebastian St. Cyr historical mystery series by the author C.S. Harris. I was given a copy with a request to review it for the upcoming book release, however sadly I’m still way behind my reading ‘pile of books’ so I didn’t yet have a chance to get to it. It is one of my next reads, and will be featured here right after. I’m really excited because the book it’s right up my alley and knowing that the book can be read as a standalone, I’m looking forward to finally opening […] Read more »

Jack Stenhouse Mysteries by Frank A Ruffolo – Book Tour

Frank A Ruffolo

Beautiful women are dying in Fort Lauderdale from the bite of a black mamba, the deadliest snake in Africa. Then, during the feast of Saturnalia, a serial killer targets prostitutes during a cold winter in New York City. Join Detective Jack Stenhouse, a seasoned professional with the fort Lauderdale P.D., as he cruises the hot asphalt in his ‘68 Hemi Road Runner. Follow Jack with his girlfriend Didi, a women with a name to match her attributes, as he moves to the Big Apple and joins the First Precinct as the new recruit on duty. Learn how the Shadow of Death accompanies Jack like an […] Read more »

The Governess and the Stalker by Mark Morey

The Governess and the Stalker is a historical crime fiction novel written by the author Mark Morey. I was contacted with a request to participate in a book tour organized for the author. The story is interesting enough. A rich man called James Devin marries Michelle, his children’s governess and dies during their wedding night in bed. I would argue whether this is a great way to end overall. The new stepmother of his children inherits the huge home and has some troubles getting accepted in the community. Afterall she was but a governess merely days before. Luckily the children […] Read more »

Birth of an Assassin by Rik Stone

Birth of an Assassin by Rik Stone

Birth of an Assassin is the debut novel by the author Rik Stone. I received a copy to read and review as part of a book tour. I do love books with assassins, and I even had an idea of what the book would be – how an assassin is made, due what circumstances he becomes one. The story takes place in Russia – in Moscow back in 1947, just after WWII is over. The main character is a very young Jewish guy called Jez Cornfield, only 15 years old, who wants to become a solder in the Red Army, but […] Read more »

Daddy’s Girl by Margie Orford – Book Tour

Daddy's Girl

How far would you go? A little girl waits alone to be picked up after ballet class—until unmarked car approaches, and she is gone. But this little girl is the daughter of Police Captain Riedwaan Faizal. He is desperate to rescue her, but, suspended from the squad, he finds himself powerless. With nobody on his side, the captain turns to investigative journalist and criminal profiler Dr. Clare Hart, whose documentary about Cape Town’s missing young girls has made her a local celebrity. Clare knows that the odds of a child’s survival dwindle with each passing minute. She knows that hiding her investigation from the police […] Read more »

Interview With Author Aline Templeton

Aline Templeton

Interview With Author Aline Templeton Here is a mystery series interview with author Aline Templeton on her latest procedural mystery novel, The Darkness and the Deep. Can you tell us about The Darkness and the Deep? This book it very close to my heart.  I grew up in a fishing-village just like Knockhaven, where thanks to over-fishing under the EU rules, the fishing has gone.  It has a terrible effect on the community; the fishing families go back generations and they are famously wild – you can’t survive a Force 10 in the North Sea if you’re a wimp – […] Read more »

Book Tour, Review & Giveaway: Doyle After Death By John Shirley

Doyle After Death by John Shirley

When I got a request to read and review Doyle After Death by John Shirley, I jumped at the opportunity without knowing anything about the book because it was clear that the story was about Arthur Conan Doyle and possibly his beloved character, Sherlock Holmes. I really really love the writings of A.C. Doyle and especially since I learned several years ago that later in his life he also dabbed into the occult, he grew by leaps and bounds in my heart. So first of all my expectations of the book. With a title like Doyle After Death, it meant […] Read more »