book review, thriller

Dinosaur Lake by Kathryn Meyer Griffith

Last year I couldn’t get enough of books about Bigfoot, but this year I’m hankering after dinosaurs. Henry Shore, retired New York City cop, is chief ranger at Crater Lake park in Oregon. When volcanic activity reveals dinosaur bones in the park, paleontologist Justin Maltin arrives to study the find. Little do the two men… Continue reading Dinosaur Lake by Kathryn Meyer Griffith

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, thriller

Blog Tour: Nothing Good Happens After Midnight Edited by Jeffery Deaver

My final Blackthorn book tour of the year presents an entertaining dark fiction anthology edited by bestselling crime author, Jeffery Deaver. About the Book The sun sets. The moon takes its place, illuminating the most evilcorners of the planet. What twisted fear dwells in that blackness? What legends attach to those of sound mind and make… Continue reading Blog Tour: Nothing Good Happens After Midnight Edited by Jeffery Deaver

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Book Tour: Crackle and Fire by Russ Colchamiro

Time for another Blackthorn Book tour, this time for Russ Colchamiro’s science fiction detective noir novel, Crackle and Fire. About the book Angela Hardwicke isn’t just any private eye. She’s a PI from Eternity, the cosmic realm responsible for the design, creation, and maintenance of the Universe. When accountant Gil Haberseau hires her to find… Continue reading Book Tour: Crackle and Fire by Russ Colchamiro

book review, thriller

The Weird Sisters of Wynter’s Hill by Helen Whistberry

If you’re a mook like me, you’ll be all over this book like a kid on a hot fudge sundae. It’s the 1950s, see, and big Jim Malhaven, reporter, gets sent to get the goods on the ghost that haunts the old cemetery. There he meets a dame, Victoria, a real looker. He don’t see… Continue reading The Weird Sisters of Wynter’s Hill by Helen Whistberry