Malice Runs Rampant in Heather Graham’s ‘Seeing Darkness’ [REVIEW]

Raven in tree

A raven named Poe looks over the Krewe in Heather Graham’s Seeing Darkness. (Photo courtesy Canva)

It starts as a girls’ weekend. Then the unthinkable happens. Suddenly fun and games end and terror begins. What extreme measures will one woman take to stop a killer? And will anyone believe her when the villain she identifies is beloved by many? Find out in Heather Graham’s tautly plotted new novel, Seeing Darkness.  Read more of this post

James Rollins’ ‘The Last Odyssey’ is a Dazzling Tribute to Greek Lore [REVIEW]

Astrolabe

An ancient astrolabe leads researchers on a mythical journey that could result in the end of the world in James Rollins’ The Last Odyssey. (Photo by Eric Jusino, Flickr)

Time and again, James Rollins takes readers on cross-continental thrill rides that weave together rich scientific research, fascinating historical details, compelling theology, and explosive action. His latest novel, The Last Odyssey, does not disappoint.
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In B.J. Daniels’ ‘Heartbreaker,’ Trust Isn’t Easy to Come By [REVIEW]

Woman in Montana

Lost in the Montana mountains, one woman must put her trust in the hands of a stranger if she’s to get out alive in B.J. Daniels’ Heartbreaker. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A mysterious woman crash lands in the mountains. A stranger shows up to rescue her. Can he be trusted? And should she reveal her closely guarded secrets to a man she just met? Find out in B.J. Daniels’ latest novel, Heartbreaker. Read more of this post

Sara Richardson’s ‘First Kiss with a Cowboy’ is a Lesson in Letting Go [REVIEW]

Cowboy

He let her go once. But he can’t help but wonder if she remembers her First Kiss with a Cowboy. (Photo by Canva)

She’s a shy romance writer. He’s a rugged rodeo cowboy. They had a moment once before. But will he ever be able to convince her to give him a second chance? Find out in Sara Richardson’s sweet new novel, First Kiss with a Cowboy. Read more of this post

Chad Zunker’s ‘An Unequal Defense’ Inspires and Entertains [REVIEW]

Homeless man in Austin, Texas

When one of Austin’s homeless is accused of murder, young attorney David Adams comes to his rescue. (Photo by Dustin Ground, Flickr)

A man awakens disoriented and confused. He’s wearing clothes he doesn’t recognize. He’s holding a gun he’s never seen before. And in front of him is the body of a man he swears he didn’t kill. Will anyone believe him? Find out in Chad Zunker’s latest novel, An Unequal Defense. Read more of this post