Book Review: Puzzle of Death – A Veteran, A Bigot and an Agent

"Dr. Rhineman was zealous about puzzle solving and known in wider circles as a peerless stickler for detail." - Puzzle of Death (Locations 85-86) The Plot From Amazon: “People are dropping like flies. Who the hell’s murdering them?” asks Private Detective Jake Wayde. He realizes it’s now killed or be killed. The plot of Puzzle... Continue Reading →

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Coming Soon: Book Review – The Man on the Roof

From Amazon: Someone has been creeping in the dark while the others sleep, and they've done terrible, terrible things. “There was a man on your roof,” claims curmudgeonly lane-hermit Herbert McKinney. Then, he initiates an unprovoked fight with a local punk. Drama escalates when that punk's dead body is found hanging at mid-street one August... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Vanished – Live, Love, Laugh, Murder

"I had a feeling from the get-go this slickster would try to make a move on her. I wondered what she thought of him. Of all the detectives in the world I had to get the one who looked like George Clooney." - Vanished (Locations 586-588) The Plot From Amazon: Obsession can be deadly. Detective... Continue Reading →

TropicalMary’s 10 Quotes of the Week – Louisiana Longshot

"“You know, I rarely ask for anything although I do a lot of favors—and God knows, I’m never going to fit in one of those size-four dresses they put you in—but why can’t you be kind to the shoes?” I looked down at what was remaining of the Prada shoes and felt a bit guilty."... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Green River Blend – More than just a cuppa Joe

"It sounds like liquid crack," Betty said and immediately regretted it. - Green River Blend, P. 18 The Plot From Amazon: Nothing exciting ever happens in a small town… Especially in the sleepy Florida beach side stretch known as Hammond Beach, nestled between Daytona Beach and St. Augustine. Free from corporate businesses and a slew... Continue Reading →

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