Category: New to me authors

  • Kelly J. Ford: Real Bad Things

    Kelly J. Ford: Real Bad Things

    They’d all sworn – Jane, Georgia Lee, Jason, Angie – to never tell… Jane Moody confessed to the murder of her step-father Warren Ingram. His body was never found and the police dismissed her confession. She was just a teenaged girl after all, how could she have killed someone? Now more than 20-years later, Warren’s Read more

  • Paul Heatley: Bloodline

    Paul Heatley: Bloodline

    He’s AWOL from a black-ops unit and moves often to leave no trace. It’s when his brother Anthony’s pregnant wife is murdered, that Tom Rollins comes home. The once fuck-up Anthony had gone undercover for the FBI and infiltrated a neo Nazi group. He was outed, leading to his wife’s death, and his own brutal Read more

  • Robin Yocum: The Sacrifice of Lester Yates

    Robin Yocum: The Sacrifice of Lester Yates

    Hutch Van Buren is the Attorney General of Ohio and bored beyond belief. Always someone who roots for the underdog and a talented, driven prosecutor, he longs for more of… something. ‘Something’ walks into his office one day without an appointment. Black binders carried by prison guard Reno Moretti. Lester Yates, the Egypt Valley Strangler Read more

  • Three Autumn Page Turners

    Three Autumn Page Turners

    Time for a few books to get the blood moving in your veins. Ebook available now! Available for Amazon pre-order TOMORROW. What more can I say about Melissa Yi, than I have over the years? Only then, that she continues to write this amazing series I’m totally hooked on. Dr. Hope Sze and her fiancé Read more

  • Jeff Miller: The Bubble Gum Thief

    Jeff Miller: The Bubble Gum Thief

    THIS IS MY FIRST CRIME. MY NEXT WILL BE BIGGER.  Yes, it starts with a pack of gum. And as each crime escalates, there is no doubt that mass murder will be an ending result. They have to find the Bubble Gum Thief before that happens. First though, the FBI has to go back to Read more

  • John Straley: The Woman Who Married a Bear

    John Straley: The Woman Who Married a Bear

    “There is a story about a human being who marries a bear… How does it end? Depends…on where you are…on who the bear is” This story takes us into the heart of Sitka Alaska, the darker heart. Interlaced with lyrical observations of time and place we have a man convicted of murder. The victim’s mother Read more

  • Ausma Zehanat Khan: The Unquiet Dead

    Ausma Zehanat Khan: The Unquiet Dead

    What kind this justice? Christopher Drayton has fallen to his death from the Scarborough Bluffs. Inspector Esa Khattak and his hand- picked Sargent Rachel Getty are asked to quietly investigate. Puzzling, as the team remit for Khattak and Getty is minority sensitive cases. So begins an amazing book by Ausma Zehanat Khan. It will take Read more

  • James Hankins: Brothers and Bones

    James Hankins: Brothers and Bones

      Duplicity   Two brothers. One missing for 13-years, the other a successful federal prosecutor. Two words that change a life, and a rabbit hole no one would want to go down. Charlie Beckham never gave up looking for his brother Jake, he just hides it from his fiancee who is exasperated with his obsession. Read more

  • Candace Fox: Crimson Lake

    Candace Fox: Crimson Lake

      Lake of Tears     In Crimson Lake, former detective Ted Conkaffey does his best to remain unnoticed. Charged with the sexual assault of a young girl, no one believes he is innocent when the charges are dropped due to insufficient evidence. Depressed at losing the right to visit his daughter, Conkaffey meets with Read more

  • Michael Pronko: The Moving Blade

    Michael Pronko: The Moving Blade

    Feeling Tokyo   Michael Pronko contacted me out the of the blue one day, and it was the best kind of surprise. The second book of his Tokyo Mystery series, The Moving Blade was released September 30, and if you have an interest in Japanese culture in a crime fiction setting, give this serious consideration. Read more

  • Sandra Block: What Happened That Night

    Sandra Block: What Happened That Night

      Vengeance Dahlia is her name but she is no longer a blooming flower. That part of her was taken one night when she was drugged and gang raped while a student at Harvard. She has no memories of that night. Now a paralegal (not the lawyer she had planned on) she puts in her Read more

  • Marshall Thornton: Night Drop

    Marshall Thornton: Night Drop

      Long Way Down   South-side LA citizens are rioting over the Rodney King verdict. Many businesses are shutting down including Pinx Video. The owner Noah Valentine decides closing is the safest option. He’s a lonely man, his former love Jeffers having died a few years ago. Now, he channels his energy into the video Read more

  • Laird Barron: Blood Standard

    Laird Barron: Blood Standard

    Ready, set, go! One thing very important to know about Isaiah Coleridge, you never hurt the innocent. Children, elderly, mentally challenged, animals. Don’t ever kick a dog around him. As a contract killer and enforcer for the mafia, that’s valuable information. Forced to relocate after a situation gone bad in Alaska, he’s now in upstate Read more

  • Julia Heaberlin: Paper Ghosts

    Julia Heaberlin: Paper Ghosts

    Texas Road Trip   Pack up the gear and hit the road. Your traveling companion, the serial killer Carl Louis Feldman. He’s the reason for the trip after all. Grace just has to pick him up at the halfway house for persons with dementia. The trip is well planned, each dot on the map represents Read more

  • Thomas Pluck: Bad Boy Boogie

    Thomas Pluck: Bad Boy Boogie

      Darkness aired   The town bully and budding psychopath was killed by 17-year old Jay Desmarteaux. Everyone knew he deserved it, but only one person went to prison for it. Twenty-five years later and out on early release, the town and its hierarchy don’t want Desmarteaux around. Not a surprise really, but why have Papa Read more