Review- Is There Still Sex in the City?

17 Feb

This is the new over 50 single woman’s user manual. It gives fresh insight to the “oh shit how did I get here” dilema faced when you certainly don’t feel old, but then you look into that awful mirror and wonder who it is that is staring back at you. I loved the interaction with her and Max, the blue man group wanderer. As well as the part about the hawkers at the face lotion spot – I fell for it too, and it did work, just hated paying a few weeks salary for it. So as to avoid any spoilers, the best part was that she did indeed find what she was seeking. Thank you NetGalley for the advance review copy. Great read, comes out on August 6, 2019, buy it and pick up a few copies for your friends!!

The Quiet Hours, Michael Scanlon

7 Jan

This was a page turning, don’t put it down, yes you will be up all night, kind of read. Detective Finnegan Beck has been banished to a remote Irish town while his superiors contemplate what to do with him. While on hiatus, a young woman is murdered. The usual suspects are brought in for questioning and one looks like he may be the culprit. After uncovering a string of unsolved murders, Finn realizes something is not right in sleepy Cross Beg – are these all connected??? Scanlon does an amazing job with the story – this is an excellent read!

Review – Lies

14 Oct

WOW!! This is a gripping, heart pounding, can’t put it down until you’re finished thriller. From the beginning, I couldn’t help but imagine how someone could get caught up in a similar situation. The ending was brilliant! Buy this book and shut off the world!

Review – Her Mother’s Grave – Detective Josie Quinn Book 3

3 Aug

Take a deep breath – you’re in for an amazing ride. Her Mother’s Grave by Lisa Regan is a non-stop heart-pumping mystery filled with twists and turns and unexpected situations.

Chief Josie Quinn is a determined no nonsense cop. Her less than stellar upbringing makes her suspicious by nature. When human remains are discovered by a couple of young boys in a place she would rather forget, the story gets rolling. As the identity of the victim is revealed, she gives it her all to find out what happened and in the process finds out things she could have never dreamed about herself.

I’d love to get into more details, but it would be at the risk of too many spoilers. I haven’t read the two previous books so you can start with this. You can be sure I’m adding Books 1 & 2 to my to read pile. Bravo Lisa Regan!

Until next time…

Review- Little Comfort by Edwin Hill

27 Jul

Little Comfort is an enjoyable, quick reading mystery. We meet Hester Thursby, a woman with a tiny stature and less than ideal childhood, who has overcome her past to live a full life. Librarian by day, sleuth by night, she finds people when others either can’t or have given up. When she is contracted to locate Sam Blaine – she gets much more than she bargained for. Not only is he easy to find and carrying some serious issues, he also has childhood friend Gabe in tow who is incredibly illustrated as a sociopath.
This book was well written, had excellent characterization and much depth. A definite great read.

It will be available on August 31, 2018 – check back for the link.

Happy Reading!

Goodreads Giveaway

10 May

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Road Trip Revenge by Susan Peterson Wisnewski

Road Trip Revenge

by Susan Peterson Wisnewski

Giveaway ends May 31, 2017.

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Cover Reveal Road Trip Revenge

29 Mar

It’s here!! The cover for Road Trip Revenge, the newset sequesl to the Adams Thrillers. The book will be available very soon!

What do you think?? Isn’t Jessica Bell the best??

Here’s the blurb:

The dead will speak, but only if she is willing to listen.

Escaping a kidnapping with a few cuts and a bruised ego, Tisha Adams, is on fire. She needs to stop denying her unique abilities and use them to her advantage. Teaming up with her elusive boss, security expert Sam Jones, they learn her estranged brother is missing and two of his associates are dead. Are the two events connected?

‪Leaving behind career and boyfriend troubles, she travels to the Green Mountains of Vermont, the last place her brother Bill was tracked. Does he want to be found or is he hiding something? As Tisha searches the woods, she encounters more than one warning to stay away.

When the tides turn and Tisha zeroes in on the killer, she must use her powers, including the mysterious abilities she fears, to corner the perpetrator. Will she get to the killer in time or fall prey as the next victim?

Until next time – have a great day!

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