Category: Detective Fiction

Book Review: Losing Lauren by Alretha Thomas

Book Review: Losing Lauren by Alretha Th..

Author: Alretha Thomas Release Date: 7th September 2016 Series: Detective Rachel Storme (Book #2) Genre: Crime, Mystery, Detective-Fiction, Thriller, Suspense. Edition: Paperback Pages: 358 Publisher: Diverse Arts Collective Rating: ★★★★★ Blurb: Alexandra Winifred has played a supporting role in her cousin’s life since they were children. When Lauren Water’s parents are killed in a plane crash, Alexandra […]

Book Review: Dying To Tell by T.J. O'Conner (Gumshoe Ghost Mystery #3)

Book Review: Dying To Tell by T.J. O..

Detective Oliver Tucker never knew how perilous the past was until his wife, Angel, is nearly killed and the reclusive banker, William Mendelson, is found murdered in a hidden vault where ancient Egyptian relics and World War II secrets are stashed.
Now those relics are missing. The secrets are coming out. The dead are talking…

Book Review: Dead Eyed  (DCI Michael Lambert #1)

Book Review: Dead Eyed (DCI Michael Lam..

Author: Matt Brolly  Release Date: September 3, 2015 Series: DCI Lambert Genre: Crime | Detective Fiction | Mystery | Suspense | Psychological Thriller | Adult Edition: E-Book (mobi) Pages: 315 Publisher: Carina UK Source: Publishing Push Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★★★☆ Blurb: DCI Michael Lambert thought he’d closed his last case… Yet when he’s passed a file […]

Book Review: Cold Girl (West Coast Crime #1)

Book Review: Cold Girl (West Coast Crime..

It’s too cold to go missing in northern B.C., as a mismatched team of investigators battle the clock while the disappearances add up.
Smart urbanite RCMP Constable Cal Dion isn’t designed for snow, silence, and deep, dark woods. But that’s where he finds himself after a life-altering car crash: coping with brain damage and posted in the snowbound Hazeltons of northern B.C. But how can he find his footing in a new life when he can’t find his own keys?