It what has been very rare since my Mom passed two months ago, I have back to back new reviews.
Today on the blog, I review Where I Can See You by Larry D. Sweazy.…Continue
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Among other new things on the blog today I review QUICK: A HUNTER KINCAID MYSTERY by Billy Kring.…Continue
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Billing herself as the “the Interstellar Woman of Mystery” she has been a real life rocket scientist and is the author, co-author, or contributor to more than thirty books including a number of science fiction…Continue
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My review of ESCAPE CLAUSE: A VIRGIL FLOWERS NOVEL by John Sandford.…Continue
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This is a ten thousand word short story that is also a prequel to the very good mystery series.…Continue
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Kevin's Corner: Guest Reviewer John Stickney Reviews Bad Boy Boogie by Thomas Pluck …Continue
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Among other new items on the blog today, I review ESCAPE CLAUSE: A VIRGIL FLOWERS NOVEL by John Sandford.…Continue
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Friday means Friday's Forgotten Books.
Among other new things already on the blog this morning is Barry’s FFB review of Mr. Monk In Trouble by Lee Goldberg. Come read and comment.…Continue
Added by Kevin R. Tipple on March 25, 2017 at 12:54am — No Comments
I got the idea for this story after watching a real-life crime documentary about a murdered teenage girl. She set out for school one day walking through a wooded area and was never to return home again. Her body was discovered several days later, she’d been strangled. Her killer was never found,…Continue
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In a laugh out loud guest post she discussed how errors can slip through the system.…Continue
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Despite having a ton of things around here to do including doing something about replacing the printer that decided to go belly-up yesterday, I said to heck with it today and sat outside reading. I'm a bit sunburned, especially in my face, but it was well worth it. For a few hours, I forgot about things as I was lost in the latest read from John Sandford by way of the Plano Public Library System.…Continue
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Today for Friday’s Forgotten Books hosted by Patti Abbott, I reminded you of It Happened One Knife.
This is the second book of what is now known as the Comedy Tonight Mystery Series. It follows…Continue
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We're praying hand’s never giving up this Universal World speed of lightning mystery game.
Past not so perfect what’s in every body’s treasure. Rumor has it to the very end of the game Scramble.
What we all experience no helping hands to connect spiritual connection Chakra or my surrounding Feng Shay my bedroom needs a change and my chair is all distressed. All I see is 3…
Added by Robin Carretti on March 6, 2017 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Are you ready for a chill change? Is this your end of existence.Bull headed matador his name was Devlin trying to seduce me oh please! I am not the crime doesn't pay type. Anything but crime I have a long blood line and a smile that bangs, My name is Carmella by the name I seem warm and so inviting, Seeing his dominant eyebrow trait's he stared into bloody stream consciousness. Red cape Taurus eye's smothered me for -God-sake spat out his word's like a covered drape. I…Continue
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I first reviewed this book back in April 2008. Jeff has gone on to write quite a few more books in various series and continues to…Continue
Added by Kevin R. Tipple on March 4, 2017 at 9:59am — No Comments
Detective Wayon Gallard has only been a detective for a month so the deceased woman hanging like a scarecrow at the Three Sisters Organic Farm might be a bigger case than he is ready to handle. Though he has been with the department for eleven years, Gallard has been a detective barely a month. Not even…Continue
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