DOWN A DARK RIVER: The Crooked Lane to Inspector Corravan [INTERVIEW]

Karen Odden in Bournemouth, England
“I’m in Bournemouth, England… because I got on the wrong train and ended up there instead of in London. Truly the dumb American mistake.”(Photo courtesy Karen Odden)

We love stories that can transport us to another time and place. Today’s guest, author Karen Odden, is one woman who is quite adept at doing just this. Her latest novel, Down a Dark River, takes us to Victorian London where a rash of murders is causing quite the stir. Our exclusive interview with the author is one of our most in depth pieces ever, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did! —J&H

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Alex Kava Announces Publication Date for ‘Fallen Creed’

Jack Russell Terrier
Missed me? (Photo courtesy Canva)

We know lots of you are just as crazy about Ryder Creed and Grace as we are. Throughout the first six books in the series, each novel has just gotten better than the last, jam packed with both phenomenal characters and nail-biting suspense. While Alex Kava usually gets the next installment in our hot little hands each year, 2021 has come and gone without a new book. We kept getting emails from all of you asking when the next book will be released. For months, we had no idea. But now we do!

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One Family’s Secrets May Put Them in Peril in Tea Cooper’s ‘The Cartographer’s Secret’ [REVIEW]

Map of Australia over the red earth of the outback
A map connects one family to its deepest secrets in Tea Cooper’s The Cartographer’s Secret. (Image courtesy Canva)

Two women separated by time, but bound by blood. One set out on an adventure determined to win a prize. The other must solve a decades old puzzle to find redemption for her family. Will either of them truly get what they want? Find out in Tea Cooper’s spellbinding new historical novel set against the majestic Australian landscape, The Cartographer’s Secret.

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THE KING’S ANATOMIST: The Journey of Ron Blumenfeld [Interview]

Ron Blumenfeld
(Photo courtesy Ron Blumenfeld, Facebook)

While Ron Blumenfeld may not be a household name just yet, he may soon become synonymous with the most famous anatomist in history, Andreas Vesalius. He’s just published a historical mystery surrounding this enigmatic figure, one that is rich in history, adventure, and imagination. We hope you enjoy our exclusive interview with the author! —J&H

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Heather Graham’s ‘Danger in Numbers’ is a Dark and Twisty Nail Biter [REVIEW]

Florida swamp
Death waits beneath a canopy of old Florida trees and Spanish moss in Heather Graham’s Danger in Numbers. (Photo courtesy Canva)

When a ritual murder is discovered in Florida swamp country, it doesn’t take long for law enforcement to make their way to the scene. But when both local authorities and the feds show up to work the case, whose jurisdiction does it fall under? Will egos get in the way or will both sides be able to set aside their differences and work together to find a killer before more blood is shed? Find out in Heather Graham’s riveting new thriller, Danger in Numbers.

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