Genre: Crime

Average Rating: 4.35


The Drifter by Christine Lennon – Review and Giveaway

    If you crack open the pages of The Drifter expecting a murder mystery, you’ll be a bit disappointed. It’s stated in black and white in the back cover blurb that former sorority girl Betsy and her two best friends experience a horrible act of violence while in their last year of college in Gainesville, […]

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Blog Tour and Giveaway – Tough Justice Countdown Part 1 by Carla Cassidy

  I really loved the serial format of the Tough Justice series by authors Carla Cassidy, Tyler Anne Snell, Emmy Curtis and Janie Crouch that Harlequin published last year. Each installment blended from each one pretty seamlessly, even though each author wrote two installments in the eight part serial featuring FBI agent Lara Grant. And these […]

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Blog Tour and Giveaway – Fractured by Catherine McKenzie

    I really enjoy psychological thrillers, and this new-to-me author Catherine McKenzie did not disappoint with her new novel, Fractured. Set in Cincinnati, Ohio, this book features a lawyer turned novelist, Julie Apple, who moves with her family from the Northwest after being stalked by a former acquaintance once her debut novel blows up big. Julie, her […]

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The Bone Tree by Greg Iles – Blog Tour Audiobook Review

    Fresh off my read through of book one in this series, Natchez Burning, and facing another quite large page count for the second installment, The Bone Tree, I decided to do things a little differently with this middle book and listen to the audiobook instead of making my way through the 800-plus pages of […]

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Natchez Burning by Greg Iles – Blog Tour Review and Giveaway

    Natchez Burning is quite a hefty tome–to the tune of 816 pages in the paperback–and I found myself wondering what I’d gotten myself into when I cracked open the spine. But I was drawn into the world of Penn Cage, mayor of Natchez, Mississippi, and his crusade to clear the name of his doctor father […]

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The Buried Book by D.M. Pulley – Blog Tour Review and Giveaway

  D. M. Pulley’s historical fiction novel, The Buried Book, follows nine-year-old Jasper as he works to discover what happened to his mother, who disappeared after she dropped him off on her brother’s farm. Jasper’s dangerous journey takes him to the seedier parts of early 1950s Detroit to the Michigan farmlands of his uncle to the […]

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A Haunting Beauty of a Book – The Monster’s Daughter by Michelle Pretorius – Book Tour Review and Giveaway

  The Monster’s Daughter was very haunting, beautiful, and I really enjoyed the journey. There’s really three genres going on in this book; it wasn’t just your run of the mill murder mystery. There’s a mystery/thriller with main character Alet and her investigation into the murder of a woman in small town Unie, and there’s a […]

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Blog Tour Review and Giveaway – The Branson Beauty by Claire Booth

  I really love when I can start a book and feel like I’m at home in the world, right from page one, and The Branson Beauty is a book that had me feeling that way as soon as I started reading. Following Sheriff Hank Worth, recently appointed to the position of sheriff of Branson, […]

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The Gun Runner by Scott Hildreth – Review, Guest Post, and Giveaway

Terra Agrioli is a trust fund baby, pampered and sheltered as only a mafia princess can be. Her father runs the Kansas City mafia with an iron fist, and she’s never been sure if people want to be her friend or lover because of who she is or her father is. When her abusive ex-boyfriend […]

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Fatal Affair by Marie Force – Blog Tour Review and Giveaway With Bonus Pre-Order Giveaway

  I’m excited to kickoff the blog tour for Marie Force’s Fatal Series to celebrate the July 26 release of the Fatal Identity. Since this author and series are new to me, I’m reviewing the first book Fatal Affair, where we first meet Washington D.C. police detective Samantha Holland as she responds to the murder […]

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Blog Tour and Review – Beneath Still Waters by Cynthia A. Graham

  Beneath Still Waters was a book where I felt immediately right at home–with the ease of the simpler times of small town life in the mid-twentieth century, with the sights and sounds of a suffocatingly hot summer. I went into this book expecting a historical novel steeped in mystery, and I definitely got that…but I […]

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