Death Rains Down by Kevin McManus – Review

Death Rains Down takes readers on a thrilling adventure ride. Kevin McManus puts his all into Detective Ray Logue. I thoroughly enjoyed the journey Kevin took me on, and there is a whole lot of action in a short time. This novel is a perfect burst of adrenaline on a rainy afternoon.

Rayna’s Sacrifice by A.D. Lombardo – Review

Rayna’s Sacrifice is an excellent third novel in the Katori Chronicles series by A.D. Lombardo. The Half-Light hooked me. Mariana’s Secret felt like a whirlwind. Now, Rayna’s Sacrifice brings them both together in a completely different way.

A Cut for a Cut by Carol Wyer – Review

The second Detective Kate Young novel, A Cut For A Cut, takes readers on a painful journey. Once again, Carol Wyer brings a full range of emotions to her writing. The unspeakable acts taking place in these sleepy little villages break your heart.

Hooverville by Kayla Joy – Review

Kayla Joy tells a stunning story in her newest novel, Hooverville. After reading, I have a new desire to study The Great Depression further. Joy’s research shows how dedicated she is to the story. Rarely is history the star of the show, but you find it here.

Dark Days for the Tobacco Girls by Lizzie Lane – Review

Lizzie Lane offers readers a glance of Bristol during WWII in her new novel, Dark Days for the Tobacco Girls. This book is the second volume in the Tobacco Girls series. It also works well as a standalone. I never felt lost because the author incorporates enough events from the first book.

The Darlings by Angela Jackson – Review

The Darlings is one of those brilliant novels that make you think. How does your past affect your present? Angela Jackson tells us in a haunting tale of how a damaged soul continues on a path of destruction. How many lives must one destroy before he takes responsibility for his actions?