Book Review: Caitlin’s Song (Carson Chronicles Book 4), John A. Heldt

Summary: Borrowed from Amazon.com Love, courage, and commitment take center stage as the Carsons, a family of time travelers, continue their saga in the great American West. For the Carson children, ages 19 to 29, an unplanned stop in 1962 is a chance to grow. Adam, Greg, and Natalie begin lives with new spouses in […]

Book Review: The Broken, Shelley Coriell

Book Description from NetGalley He took her life, but left her alive. Three years ago, reporter Kate Johnson was the first victim-and only survivor-of the Broadcast Butcher. Scarred both physically and psychologically by the brutal serial killer, Kate lives life on the run, knowing that one day, he will find her and finish what he […]

Book Review: September Sky, Book 1 in American Journey Series, John A. Heldt

September Sky, John A. Heldt Summary Borrowed from Amazon.com “When unemployed San Francisco reporter Chuck Townsend and his college-dropout son, Justin, take a cruise to Mexico in 2016, each hopes to rebuild a relationship after years of estrangement. But they find more than common ground aboard the ship. They meet a mysterious lecturer who touts […]

Book Review: Witch Hunt, S.M. Reine

  Witch Hunt, S.M. Reine Summary from NetGalley.com “There are scratches on Cèsar Hawke’s arms, a discharged Glock on his coffee table, and a dead woman in his bathtub. Yeah, maybe he brought the waitress home for some fun—he was too drunk to remember it—but he knows for a fact that he didn’t kill her. […]

Book Review: No Accident, Dan Webb

  No Accident, Dan Webb Summary from Amazon.com “A fiery crash consumes three cars and the lives of those inside. The police blame reckless driving, but insurance investigator Alex Fogarty suspects a celebrated CEO staged the accident and murdered his own employees for insurance money.  Unfortunately, Alex’s boss cares more about a quick legal settlement than following the facts, […]

Book Review: Never Alone (A Megan McGinn Novel), C.J. Carpenter

Never Alone (A Megan McGinn Novel) C.J. Carpenter Summary from Amazon.com “NYPD detective Megan McGinn has just solved the most important case of her career, and yet she has reached her breaking point. Struggling under the weight of her broken family and the brutality of her job, Megan is ready to walk away from the […]

Book Review: The Hanging Judge, Michael A. Posner

Description from NetGalley: Based on the experience of the author, a federal judge who in 2000 presided over the first capital case in Massachusetts in more than fifty years, this extraordinary debut thriller offers an unprecedented inside view of a federal death penalty trial When a drive-by shooting in Holyoke, Massachusetts, claims the lives of […]

Book Review: Hidden Agenda, Peter S. Berman

  Hidden Agenda by Peter S. Berman Jeremy Hart, Senior Prosecutor for the California DA’s office based in Los Angeles appears to have it all – the life one would dream of – a good paying, high ranking position in the State Government, the semi-luxurious lifestyle, and freedom. However, it is all a façade, yes […]