A Dream Within A Dream by Mike Nappa and Melissa Kosci (review)

Third in the Coffey & Hill series, this is the long awaited sequel to Mike Nappa's Annabel Lee and The Raven. Told from multiple points of view, the return of private investigator Trudi Hill and FBI agent Samuel Hill, her ex-husband and sometime business partner, does not disappoint. Missing art, a traumatized artist, the Irish … Continue reading A Dream Within A Dream by Mike Nappa and Melissa Kosci (review)

Spotlight & Book Excerpt: Dublin Zoo by John Michell

I recently received a copy of Dublin Zoo by John Michell for review*, and I'm happy to be joining in on the book tour for this debut novel today. ABOUT THE BOOK Title: Dublin Zoo Author: John Michell Publisher: Inhouse Publishing Release Date: February 11, 2020 Genre: Historical Thriller Dublin Zoo is composed in three parts and spans the … Continue reading Spotlight & Book Excerpt: Dublin Zoo by John Michell

Guarded by Sara Davison (review)

Seven years after the events of Vigilant, Nicole is still living with the emotional aftermath while raising her six year old son Jordan and running her restaurant, Joe’s Diner.  Daniel has returned to Toronto, and after watching them from afar, re-introduces himself into Nicole’s life.  Hoping for a second chance at love, he also quickly … Continue reading Guarded by Sara Davison (review)

Lazarus: X+66 by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark (graphic novel review)

If, like me, you've been waiting for the next Lazarus bind-up from Image Comics since Volume 5: Cull was released in 2017, then this collection of six stand-alone stories will help pass the time. These stories are a bind-up of six X+66 magazine singles and revolve around characters that were previously introduced, taking the reader … Continue reading Lazarus: X+66 by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark (graphic novel review)