Maria Lang “The Eye of Nefertiti”

Our Book Review of The Eye of Nefertiti For those of you who talk to your cats (I speak for mine, too), Maria Lang’s The Eye of Nefertiti: A Pharaoh’s Cat is likely to be a wonderful read. A cozy mystery with an ancient Egyptian flair, the story floats […]

Dean Klein “The Jerusalem Stone”

Our Book Review of The Jerusalem Stone Inside The Jerusalem Stone, author Dean Klein tells a sprawling story about a paid assassin’s life from the protagonist’s upbringing in a moneyed home to his training as a Marine Scout Sniper. This happens after he suddenly enlists, leaving his Yale […]

Christina Westcott’s “Cypher”

Sure, the cover’s a bit campy, but so is the book. Author Christina Westcott has a sense of humor and so does her protagonist, Kimber FitzWarren. This isn’t Alien, although Fitz’s partner is a cyborg. And, it isn’t your average TV sitcom, although the cover reminds me of the […]

Charles LeoGrande “Green”

Author Charles LeoGrande offers a glimpse of early 1970’s pro wrestling with his novella Green. It’s reasonable size at 111 pages, published November 30, 2016, and runs just 99-cents at Amazon. I can feel the author’s emotions in the writing, and indeed, LeoGrande admits his pro-wrestling career took […]