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Easy Bake Coven Book Review
The first book in the Easy Bake Coven series finds Selene Warren learning that she is a half-elf and actually belongs in the world of fae, which is full of all kinds of supernatural creatures.
Purged Book Review
In the fourth book in the Circle City Mysteries, members of a Wiccan coven are being murdered by a religious zealot. The suspense will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Deadline Yemen Book Review
The second installment in the fascinating Elizabeth Darcy series takes Elizabeth to Yemen to help a friend with a mysterious problem. Plenty of suspense and danger.
Prescription for Murder Book Review
Private Detective Alexis Smith is about to marry Harry Hawkins of Scotland Yard, when she receives an urgent telegram from her sister calling her home because her mother is sick. Since her mother died years ago, she is suspicious and travels home.
The Devil's Violin Book Review
Hired to steal a famous violin that was played by the Devil himself, Gus Happy and Maria Sononi work together, and Chris Clarke tries to stop them. A violinist is murdered, and there is suspense and surprise throughout.
Glimpse of Sunlight Book Review
An Exploratory team has discovered a ship off the coast of Jamaica, and while salvaging the silver believed to be on the ship, the salvage team recounts the history of their families who lived on the island in 1650. There is plenty of suspense and danger.
Gone Girl Book Review
This bestselling book tells the story of self-centered Amy and her husband, Nick. Amy disappears, and Nick is blamed. He works hard to prove his innocence in this suspenseful psychological thriller.
Only the Strong Survive Book Review
When Jay Stark, private detective, sees his best friend and partner murdered at a local comedy club, he works to unravel the facts and to solve his friend's and subsequent murders. Jay focus' on a case they have been working at the racetrack where Greyhounds have been stolen. Fascinating!
The Leopard Book Review
Harry Hole, unconventional hero (alcoholic and drug addict), is asked to leave Hong Kong to go to Oslo to find a ruthless serial murderer. He is up against Mikael Bellman, of Kripo, who cares only about his career and wants to ruin Harry. Plenty of suspense and life threatening danger.
Natchez Burning Book Review
Taking place in the 1960s, this Penn Cage thriller is one of the best novels of the year. The story is based on the civil rights movement, and although fictional, rings true. An eye-opening and education story that is not to be missed.
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