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Fave Reads of 2014: Jeff Somers, author of We Are Not Good People

Fave Reads of 2014: Jeff Somers, author of We Are Not Good People

As you may already know, Jeff Somers’ We Are Not Good People is one of my favorite books of 2014 and completely broke my heart, so of course I’m very excited that he shared his fave reads of the year today. Enjoy! I’m an old man now, pickled by booze and ruined by a lifetime of over-stimulation, so I forget everything all the time. Have I forgotten that I’ve read … Continue reading

All of these Kindle titles are under $5!!

All of these Kindle titles are under $5!!

You know the drill, boys and girls. All of these books are under $5, but you never know how long they’ll last, so be sure to doublecheck the price before you buy. I’ve got SFF and Suspense/Fiction, so you’re sure to finds something to settle down with over the weekend. Enjoy!  

January 2015 Must Reads in Mystery, Suspense, and Fiction

January 2015 Must Reads in Mystery, Suspense, and Fiction

The new year is almost here! Here are the  books that I’m especially looking forward to in Mystery, Suspense, and Fiction for January (it’s a helluva month for suspense!!) Enjoy! Uncle Janice by Matthew Burgess (Knopf-Jan 6th) Synopsis-24 year-old Janice Itwaru is an “Uncle”—NYPD lingo for an undercover narcotics officer—and the heroine of the most exuberant and original cop novel in years. On any given day, Janice Itwaru might be found … Continue reading

Fave Reads of 2014: John Hornor Jacobs, author of The Incorruptibles

Fave Reads of 2014: John Hornor Jacobs, author of The Incorruptibles

John Hornor Jacobs never fails to make me laugh, and his entry into my Fave Reads of 2014 series is no exception, so enjoy, and also, be sure to check out all of his books, because they’re made of awesome (just like he is.) I didn’t read a lot of books this year, but the ones I did that stood out were ridiculously good. BUT – sometimes it’s hard to … Continue reading

Fave Reads of 2014: Daryl Gregory, author of Afterparty

Fave Reads of 2014: Daryl Gregory, author of Afterparty

Ya’ll know who Daryl Gregory is. Goodness knows I’ve sung his praises more than once on the site, so I was thrilled when he agreed to be a part of my Fave Reads series. Here are the books that really impressed Daryl in 2014 (a series particularly close to my heart)-enjoy! I need to tell you about Ben H. Winters, if you haven’t heard of him already. I was ready … Continue reading

All of these Kindle titles are under $5 (Suspense, SFF, more)!

All of these Kindle titles are under $5 (Suspense, SFF, more)!

You know the drill: All under $5, and all awesome, covering a cornucopia of genre! As always, double check before clicking BUY, and enjoy!!

Interview: Allison Littlewood, author of Path of Needles

Interview: Allison Littlewood, author of Path of Needles

Path of Needles by Allison Littlewood, just came out in November, and she was kind enough to stop by and answer a few of my questions about the book, and more! I’m very excited that Path of Needles is now out in the states! Will you tell us a bit about it and what inspired you to write it? Thank you Kristin, I’m very excited about it too! I really … Continue reading

Rage Against the Dying by Becky Masterman

Rage Against the Dying by Becky Masterman

Rage Against the Dying by Becky Masterman (Minotaur, March 2013)-Masterman has given us a unique heroine to root for: Brigid Quinn, a 59 year old former FBI agent, who, in many ways, has just really started her life. She’s deeply in love with her husband Carlos, but has painstakingly tried to keep her past dealing with the darkest kinds of criminals out of their perfect life. But, her past seems … Continue reading

The Silent Girls by Eric Rickstad

The Silent Girls by Eric Rickstad

The Silent Girls by Eric Rickstad (Witness Impulse, Nov. 25th, 2014)-If you’re a fan of gritty thrillers, you’ll love The Silent Girls. More than a few girls have gone missing in and around the rural town of Canaan, Vermont, and one of the girls is the niece of Harlan Grout, the lone detective on the Canaan Police force. After finding her abandoned car on the highway, Grout calls Frank Rath, … Continue reading

A chat with Ed Kurtz, author of Angel of the Abyss

A chat with Ed Kurtz, author of Angel of the Abyss

Ed Kurtz’s brand new book, Angel of the Abyss, just came out last week, and he was kind enough to answer a couple of my questions about the new book, and more! Please give Ed a warm welcome! Congrats on the new book! Will you tell us a little about ANGEL OF THE ABYSS and what inspired you to write it? Thank you! Angel of the Abyss is a noir … Continue reading

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