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Mary Higgins Clark Award Nominee Spotlight: Jenny Milchman, author of Cover of Snow

Mary Higgins Clark Award Nominee Spotlight: Jenny Milchman, author of Cover of Snow

Along with the announcement of the Edgar Award nominees about a month ago, the nominees for the Mary Higgins Clark award were also announced, and Jenny Milchman’s COVER OF SNOW was on that list. Starting with Jenny, I’m kicking off a series of interviews with a few of the nominees and I’ll run these up until the winners are announced on May 1st (the Mary Higgins Clark Award will be … Continue reading

Dark City (Repairman Jack: The Early Years #2) by F. Paul Wilson

Dark City (Repairman Jack: The Early Years #2) by F. Paul Wilson

Dark City by F. Paul Wilson (Tor, Oct. 2013-Reviewed by Peter)-Repairman Jack returns in Dark City, the second installment of Jack’s early years by F. Paul Wilson. If you are a fan of Jack’s later adventures in the Adversary Cycle, you will enjoy this latest addition. At this point, Jack has pretty much met the majority of his “partners” from the later books and is working on building those relationships. … Continue reading

Interview (& Giveaway): Alexa Egan, author of Demon’s Curse

Interview (& Giveaway): Alexa Egan, author of Demon’s Curse

The first book of the Imnada Brotherhood series by Alexa Egan, Demon’s Curse, just came out, and Alexa was kind enough to answer a few of my questions about it, her writing, and more! She’s also offering a copy of Demon’s Curse and a $10 Amazon GC to one lucky winner, so be sure to check the giveaway details at the bottom of the post! Please welcome Alexa to the … Continue reading

Bram Stoker Award Spotlight Interview (& Giveaway): Benjamin Kane Ethridge, author of Bottled Abyss

Bram Stoker Award Spotlight Interview (& Giveaway): Benjamin Kane Ethridge, author of Bottled Abyss

Please welcome Benjamin Kane Ethridge to the blog! Benjamin won the Bram Stoker Award for First Novel with Black and Orange in 2010 (along with Lisa Morton’s Castle of Los Angeles) and his newest novel, Bottled Abyss just came out in June from RedRum Horror. Benjamin was kind enough to answer a few questions and also, we’ve got a SIGNED copy of Bottled Abyss up for grabs to one lucky … Continue reading

Mourning the Loss of Google Friend Connect

Mourning the Loss of Google Friend Connect

Hi gang! It’s with heaviness of heart and much crying (ok, not really) that I have to break the news that Google Friend Connect, as of March 2012, will be going away for us WordPress folk. All Blogger hosted blogs will still be able to use it, but for me, it will be no more. If you’re not familiar with Google Friend Connect, it’s that pretty little widget on my … Continue reading

Suspense Sunday Review: Who Do, Voodoo? (A Mind for Murder Mystery #1) by Rochelle Staab

Suspense Sunday Review: Who Do, Voodoo? (A Mind for Murder Mystery #1) by Rochelle Staab

Who Do, Voodoo? (A Mind for Murder Mystery #1) by Rochelle Staab Publisher: Berkley Prime Crime (Penguin/Nov.1st 2011) Source: From publisher for review *A Mind for Murder Series *Mystery/Suspense 4/5  Synopsis Clinical psychologist Liz Cooper doesn’t believe in ghosts. But when her best friend finds a tarot card tacked to her front door-and is then accused of murder-Liz will have to find a way to embrace the occult if she wants … Continue reading

Week in Review: October 2nd-October 8th

Week in Review: October 2nd-October 8th

Week in Review: Oct. 2nd-Oct. 8th *Suspense Sunday(Oct. 2nd): The Brotherhood of the Rose by David Morrell *New Releases (Week of Oct. 4th) Reviews: *Dead Mann Walking by Stefan Petrucha *Visions of Skyfire by Regan Hastings Interviews/Guest Posts: *Regan Hastings, author of Visions of Skyfire + Giveaway (Open) *Lev AC Rosen, author of All Men of Genius + Giveaway (Open) *Daisy Harris, author of Lust After Death + Giveaway (Open) … Continue reading

Suspense Sunday: Call Me Princess by Sara Blaedel

Suspense Sunday: Call Me Princess by Sara Blaedel

Suspense Sunday titles are thriller or suspense titles that I’ve either read or am anticipating reading! Enjoy! Today’s title is: Call Me Princess by Sara Blaedel Synopsis: A young woman in Copenhagen, Susanne Hansson, becomes the victim of an unusually brutal rape attack in her own home. detective inspector Louise Rick is summoned to talk to the victim, where she quickly determines that Susanne met the rapist via a dating … Continue reading

Week in Review: September 25th-October 1st

Week in Review: September 25th-October 1st

Week in Review: Sept. 25th-Oct.  1st *Suspense Sunday(Sept. 25th): Tropic of Night by Michael Gruber *New Releases (Week of Sept. 27th) *Bookish News Reviews: *Awakenings by Edward Lazellari *Bad Things by Michael Marshall Interviews/Guest Posts: *Linda Poitevin, author of Sins of the Angels + Giveaway (Open) *Brian Ruckley, author of The Edinburgh Dead *LJ McDonald, author of Queen of the Sylphs + Giveaway (Open) As always, be sure to check … Continue reading

Suspense Sunday: The Brotherhood of the Rose by David Morrell

Suspense Sunday: The Brotherhood of the Rose by David Morrell

Suspense Sunday titles are thriller or suspense titles that I’ve either read or am anticipating reading! Enjoy! Today’s title is: The Brotherhood of the Rose by David Morrell Synopsis: They were orphans, Chris and Saul–raised in a Philadelphia school for boys, bonded by friendship, and devoted to a mysterious man called Eliot. He visited them and brought them candy. He treated them like sons. He trained them to be assassins. … Continue reading

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