My Review of “Vox” by Christina Dalcher Berkley, August 21, 2018 Christina Dalcher, Author of “VOX” has written an unusual, terrifying, intense, captivating, page turning, riveting, suspenseful and twisted thriller. The Genres for this story are Fiction, Thriller, Mystery and Suspense, and Political Satire. The timeline of the story is in the present and goes
My Review of”Lies” by T M Logan St. Martin’s Press September 11, 2018 T M Logan, Author of “Lies” has written a captivating, intriguing, intense suspenseful novel. The Genres for this novel are Fiction, Mystery, Suspense and Thriller. The story is set in the present tense and goes back to the past when it pertains
My Review of “The Exes’ Revenge” by Jo Jakeman, Berkley Books, Sept. 11, 2018 Jo Jakeman, Author of “The Exes’ Revenge” has written a twisted, intense, riveting, captivating and predictable novel. Have you ever cheered when you feel the “villain” in the story got what is coming to him/her, and then some??
About “Bedside Manners”: As Joyce Novak’s daughter, Marnie, completes medical school and looks ahead to a surgical internship, her wedding, and a future filled with promise, a breast cancer diagnosis throws Joyce’s own future into doubt. Always the caregiver, Joyce feels uncomfortable in the patient role, especially with her husband and daughter. As she
Interview Questions: What was your motivation or inspiration for writing “SILVER GOODBYE”? As a resident of Key West, I saw firsthand the destruction caused by hurricane Irma, so combining that into a story where Buck Reilly pursued his own family mystery that took place there during the
About The Book: In the thrilling and fast-paced vein of Clive Cussler and Randy Wayne White, but with Carl Hiaasen’s sense of humor, John H. Cunningham’s Buck Reilly, the lovable and quirky adventurer à la Indiana Jones, Martin Riggs, and John McClane, returns in the much-anticipated Buck Reilly Adventure series novel, SILVER GOODBYE ($4.99 eBook;
Lindas Book Obsession Interviews @Jennifer Klepper Author of “Unbroken Threads” for @Suzy Approved Blog Tours What was your motivation or inspiration for writing “Unbroken Threads”? I started writing a character who was at a crossroads in her life and had to reconnect with her past in order to find her place in the present.
About the book:Jessica Donnelly’s life is beginning to unravel. When the attorney turned stay-at-home mom tentatively volunteers to represent Amina Hamid, a woman seeking asylum, Jessica must learn an unfamiliar area of the law. Soon, rising opposition to Muslim immigration and unexpected prejudices put her relationships on shaky ground.Amina fled Syria with little more than
My Review of “In Her Bones ” by Kate Moretti Atria Books, September 4, 2018 WOW! I loved the unique premise in “In Her Bones” by Author Kate Moretti. Can you imagine having a serial killer as a mother? Someone capable of nursing you when you are sick, but can stab women to death in
My Review of “When the Lights Go Out” by Mary Kubica, Park Row Books , September 4, 2018 Bravo to Mary Kubica, Author of “When the Lights Go Out” for for her vivid descriptions, and her riveting, captivating, intense, and suspenseful writing. This is a page-turner chock full of surprises, that questions everyone and everything.