Review by Chiara Vitale Zelaia ****
Posted 06/11/2023 in Night Sirens
The story is told through multiple perspectives of key players from all the various factions, which not only adds depth to the storytelling, but also helps to build brimming tension as it becomes harder and harder to keep the existence of feeders a secret.
Review by Jeyran Main
Posted 30/09/2023 in Night Sirens
‘Night Sirens’ is a contemporary story filled with romance and psychological elements. It all begins with Frank Hram, an assassin and a Covenant keeper, who kills rogue feeders. They kill people by sucking life energy from them, which makes the suddenly old.
Review of ‘Death of a Bully’ by Steve Zimcosky ***
Posted 02/08/2020 in My Book Reviews
Despite the story’s structural and writing problems, very young readers interested in a diverting couple of hours will find ‘Death of a Bully’ entertaining.
Review of ‘Coal Hollow’ by Cher Duncombe *****
Posted 22/06/2018 in My Book Reviews
Cher Duncombe has given readers an interesting insight into the world of a Private Investigator, and a book hard to put down.
Review of ‘Initiated to Kill’ by Sharlene Almond ***
2 Comments - Posted 24/05/2015 in My Book Reviews
‘Initiated to Kill’ will appeal to readers who enjoy absorbing themselves in a convoluted plot.
Review of ‘Blood Justice’ by David Burton ****
Posted 05/01/2015 in My Book Reviews
Blood Justice will thrill those familiar with the genre and will be a thoughtful introduction to those who simply want to sample blood.
Review of ‘Murder on a Stick’ by S.L. Smith
Posted 27/12/2014 in My Book Reviews
Virginia Green is stabbed to death by a food stick at the Minnesota State Fair…and no one saw anything. This…
My Pick of Good Writers
Posted 20/12/2014 in Blogging
Out of the many books I reviewed, I want to share with you several writers whose works have expanded my horizons.