Tag: debut author

  • Arthur Herbert: The Cuts That Cure

    Arthur Herbert: The Cuts That Cure

    Alex Brantley is a highly skilled surgeon in the wrong profession. So what does he do? Well the choice is limited as his license is revoked and he is pilloried by the media. So change professions and become a high school science teacher and track coach is the answer. In small town Three Rivers, Texas, Read more

  • K.A. Masson: Alter Ego

    K.A. Masson: Alter Ego

    Alex Kendrew has a healthy libido and is dating online at a furious pace. It’s not just sex she is looking for, as a single parent of a seven year-old boy, she’s looking for a loving connection. As she moves from one-night stands to quasi relationships, she meets Mal and her heart is fully engaged. Read more

  • Oliver Bottini: Zen and the Art of Murder

    Oliver Bottini: Zen and the Art of Murder

    DCI Louise Boni tracks the battered Buddhist monk through the gathering snow and gloom. She knows he needs help, but there is a language barrier. All Boni has is her insight and intuition. Something she is excellent with. The thing is, Boni has an alcohol problem. She is completely self-destructive, internally driven by the ghosts Read more

  • The Rosebud: a nomination for Kilmoon

    Lisa Alber had launched her debut murder mystery novel Kilmoon in March of last year when I wrote about her as a person of interest. I’m so pleased to tell you that she has been nominated by Left Coast Crime for The Rosebud which represents the best first mystery novel set anywhere in the world.   The Read more