Dead Jimmy, horror, humor, preorder

Preorder Now: Dead Jimmy

Someone has murdered Jimmy Campbell and stolen his soul, and he needs his nephew, Cory, to help him solve the case. It’s a hard life for a private investigator, especially when you’re a zombie. Sometimes you don’t know whether to listen to the femme fatale or eat her intestines.With a murderer on the loose, turning… Continue reading Preorder Now: Dead Jimmy

book review, humor, science fiction

The Case of the Half-Baked Mummies by Iain Benson

When mummified murder victims crop up around London, New Scotland Yard puts Louise Sargant and Jay Neeland on the job because of their prior experience with the strange. With writing that can turn friends into enemies, and strangers into lovers, have Louise and Jay a chance of stopping the killer before more women die? This… Continue reading The Case of the Half-Baked Mummies by Iain Benson

blogaversary, Dead Jimmy, horror, humor, short story

Original Fiction: Dead Jimmy and the Wine Cellar

It came as no surprise that millionaire wine merchant, Oscar O’Brien, lived in a mansion with floor to ceiling windows overlooking Castletown Bay, but I had no idea what Uncle Jimmy and I were doing in his spotless kitchen on a sunny Wednesday morning. “I’ve been robbed.” O’Brien reminded me of a lumberjack, with his… Continue reading Original Fiction: Dead Jimmy and the Wine Cellar

book review, children’s fiction, childrens, fantasy, humor, Lindsay Sedgwick

Wulfie A Ghostly Tail by Lindsay J Sedgwick

I love these series of books. They are so fun! This might be the most bonkers one yet. Libby’s horrible stepmother, Veronika, wants to sell Libby’s lovely quirky family home, but when Veronika thinks the house might be haunted, she jumps at the chance to be famous. I loved the beginning of this book. It… Continue reading Wulfie A Ghostly Tail by Lindsay J Sedgwick

book review, fantasy, humor, Tyche books

A Connecticut Gumshoe in King Arthur’s Court by Randy McCharles

Ex cop turned private investigator, Sam Sparrow, gets whisked to ancient Camelot by the wizard Merlin for a series of comical adventures that rely heavily on classic noir detective stories. I love the premise of this book. The idea of a hardboiled detective noir story set in medieval times, especially a fantasy medieval world with… Continue reading A Connecticut Gumshoe in King Arthur’s Court by Randy McCharles