book review, thriller

The Scorpion’s Tail by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

FBI Agent Corrie Swanson and archeologist Nora Kelly team up once again in this gripping thriller. After a sheriff is shot stopping a relic hunter digging up a seventy-five year old corpse in a perfectly preserved abandoned mining town, FBI Agent Corrie Swanson gets assigned the case to determine if the dead body was a… Continue reading The Scorpion’s Tail by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

book review, book tour, horror, women in horror

Book Tour: The Haunting of Gallagher Hotel by K T Rose

My second Blackthorn book tours book of the month is an exciting haunted house chiller. About the book Pride and greed infect the soul, anchoring the dead to Gallagher Hotel. When Chris, a master thief, and Riley, a contract waitress, get mysterious invites to an exclusive party at the haunted Gallagher Hotel, they discover that there… Continue reading Book Tour: The Haunting of Gallagher Hotel by K T Rose

book review, Christmas, fantasy, young adult

12 Days of Christmas: Snowbound & Snowed by Maria Alexander

Two books! The second and third books in the Bloodline of Yule trilogy brings a close to the 12 days of Christmas for another year. Happy feast of the Epiphany! A very different book to its predecessor, Snowbound ramps the magic and the action all the way up to eleven. Set several months after the… Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas: Snowbound & Snowed by Maria Alexander

book review, Christmas, horror

12 Days of Christmas: Xmas Xtreme by D J Doyle and Lee Franklin

Prepare yourself for guts, rape and torture because this book is full of gore and death. Two extreme horror authors take it in turns to count down twelve days to Christmas, each chapter mirroring the number of days with the number of monsters, weapons or victims that appear within the story. Set in the fictional… Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas: Xmas Xtreme by D J Doyle and Lee Franklin

book review, Christmas, romance

12 Days of Christmas: The Christmas Miracle by Barbara Avon

This is the fourth book starring Peter Travis, but my first time encountering the character. Tragedy sure does seem to follow the poor guy. Sixty-three year old Peter Travis finally seems to have the happy life he’s always wanted. He runs a successful bistro dedicated to his deceased former love, is married to the charming… Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas: The Christmas Miracle by Barbara Avon