There’s a dead girl in my yard is a comedy crime story inspired by actual events. Poppy is a struggling actress, and her life changes when she witnesses an urn being buried. She gets involved with Dalia, a dead girl who used to be… Continue Reading “There’s a Dead Girl In My Yard by Angela Page and Mia Altieri (Book Review #1198) ￼￼￼”
Dare the dark is a murder mystery set in the 1870s. The story is about two detectives trying to find a crazed killer while they are entangled in a web of Asian thugs and terrorists.
Emily’s Lair is a murder mystery, and the story begins with detective Will Heller entering a book shop to interview Emily Kostova. He notices many 17th centuries with hunts books in the book shop and learns so much from Emily.
Shockadelica is a murder mystery and begins with two friends Kendall Akande and Jenna Chen. They both share a passion for art, fashion and podcasting. When they realize that their apartment building is haunted, they set on an adventure creating an entertaining podcast episode. … Continue Reading “Shockadelica by Jon O’ Bergh (Book Review #1110)￼”
Cutthroat cheerleader is a coming-of-age fictional story. It begins with Madison Taylor, a cheerleader captain, who is murdered. She is well known, a bully, controlling, and she realizes how her actions and behavior have affected everyone after her death. Her soul looks over everyone,… Continue Reading “Cutthroat Cheerleader by Zachary Ryan (Book Review #1005)”
This land is no stranger is a Nordic crime thriller written about issues impacting the Swedish society, the Roma minority, and far-right activism.
Two murders too many is a murder crime thriller story focusing on a chain of murders in Shannon’s town. Charlie Simmons, who has been newly appointed as a policeman, is in charge and investigates to determine what has happened.
Shrink Rapt is a dark fiction mystery novel written about the treatments associated with mental disorders. The story begins with the director of psychiatry, Lowell, being murdered. Since he was very arrogant and didn’t leave much of a fan base, the list of suspects… Continue Reading “Shrink Rapt by Freda Hansburg (Book Review #744)”