Slow Drip

First in a series of heart-racing thrillers
By Gary Polisano

Slow Drip by Gary Polisano is well named: that title describes the serial killer’s methodology, right from how he selects his victims to how he kills them. It also captures Polisano’s style: a slow drip of information following a block-buster opening chapter that shows the...

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All Good Things

A Jack Hart Mystery
By Rosemary Reeve

All Good Things by Rosemary Reeve is the first book in the Jack Hart series. Jack is an associate at a large and prestigious law firm in Seattle. Jack is familiar with the view from the 42nd floor as, along with the other associates, he...

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Longevity

Should We Prolong Human Life by 30 Years?
By Rolf Margenau

What would happen if the average life span could be extended by 30 years? It would certainly offer hope and opportunity to the older generation, but what about the rest of society? Could we manage the burden of one more living generation on this planet?...

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Lie Like A Rug

A Ginger Barnes Cozy Mystery Book 7
By Donna Huston Murray

The seventh installment of the Ginger Barnes Cozy Mystery Books series, Lie Like a Rug, finds Gin tangled up in a courtroom drama. While escorting a troubled student to his appointment with a judge, she finds out that her childhood babysitter, Charlie, is on trial...

Blood is Thicker Than Wine

By Liz Eagle

In Blood is Thicker Than Wine by Liz Eagle, Lil is given a box of old homicide notes that her grandfather had written and had been left in the attic untouched for all of those years. Lil begins reading these papers and cannot resist investigating...

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The Junk Yard Solution

Adventures Among the Boxcars and Other Lost Causes
By Peter Kelton

From time to time I read something that doesn’t seem to fit (for me, at any rate) into any traditional genre classification. Such was the case with The Junk Yard Solution: Adventures Among the Boxcars and Other Lost Causes by Peter Kelton. The story opens...

Murder to Scale

By Debra B. Schiff

Murder to Scale by Debra B. Schiff is a quirky murder mystery. Tom McCloud loves his model trains and he’s off to set up his part of the Christmas display. Instead, he stumbles over a body; friend and model train enthusiast Bill Murphy. With one...

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Illusion of Death

By Brian Kavanagh

In Illusion of Death by Brian Kavanagh, Belinda Lawrence is back in Australia with English friend Hazel Whitby, recovering from her broken engagement. When she bumps into old school friend Birdie, and is invited to a private screening of a film at the home of...

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Death On A Dark Street

A killer prowls his hunting ground
By Fred Dickey

“It occurred to me last night that when you die, so does everybody else.” This rather deep statement, uttered by one of the many detectives trying to zero in on what appears to be a serial killer in Death On A Dark Street by Fred...

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Saint George's Children

By Dennis Ecklund

Years ago I was captivated with detective stories, following Travis McGee, Lew Archer, and others as they meted out justice in their search for the truth. I loved the independent characters and the twisting, convoluted trails they followed. Saint George's Children by Dennis Ecklund falls...

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