Some Answers Are ‘Worth Killing For’ in Jane Haseldine’s New Mystery [REVIEW]

Woman in shadows

Determined to solve the mystery of her past once and for all, crime reporter Julia Gooden won’t stop digging until she discovers the truth about her brother’s disappearance in Jane Haseldine’s Worth Killing For. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

A young man is brutally murdered and another man seems to have been raised from the dead. Now a tenacious Detroit crime reporter is about to discover that these two incidents may be linked to her own traumatic past and to the one case she’s never been able to reconcile. But at what cost will she pursue the truth? Find out in Jane Haseldine’s nail-biting new mystery, Worth Killing For.  Read more of this post

Meet the Real Nora Ephron in ‘I’ll Have What She’s Having’ [REVIEW]

Nora Ephron and her three biggest hits

Nora Ephron stole America’s heart with three of the most beloved romantic comedies ever produced.
(Photo of Nora Ephron by David Shankbone, Flickr/When Harry Met Sally… poster courtesy Columbia Pictures/Sleepless in Seattle poster courtesy TriStar Pictures/You’ve Got Mail poster courtesy Warner Bros.)

How does a tough-as-nails New York journalist become one of the most powerful players in Hollywood? Find out in Erin Carlson’s revealing new book about the one and only Nora Ephron, aptly titled I’ll Have What She’s Having: How Nora Ephron’s Three Iconic Films Saved the Romantic Comedy.  Read more of this post

Amanda Quick’s ‘The Girl Who Knew Too Much’ Is Glamorous and Intriguing [REVIEW]

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A reporter finds a dead actress at the bottom of a pool in 1930s Hollywood in Amanda Quick’s
The Girl Who Knew Too Much. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

There are few things as glamorous as 1930s Hollywood, back when Tinsel Town was in its heyday and everyone wanted to be the next rising star. Now, with The Girl Who Knew Too Much, New York Times bestselling author Amanda Quick leaves behind “the ton” in England to tackle a new mystery, one that transpires among society’s most celebrated and infamous characters and begins with the shocking discovery of a beautiful actress found floating at the bottom of a pool.   Read more of this post

Be Careful Who You Trust In Sean McFate’s ‘Shadow War’ [REVIEW]

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Mercenary Tom Locke wants revenge in Sean McFate and Bret Witter’s SHADOW WAR. (Photo by stephane, Flickr)

Sean McFate’s debut novel, Shadow War (co-written with Bret Witter), begins when a mercenary deep undercover in Libya is recalled to Washington. He is Tom Locke, an elite warrior for a private military company called Apollo Outcomes. Once he returns to the nation’s capital, he receives instructions that catapult him into the most dangerous adventure of his life. Read more of this post