Deadly Appraisal is the second in the series by Jane K. Cleland that features the amateur sleuth Josie Prescott.
Josie runs an antique consignment shopl, and is quickly becoming known in the community. This offers up an opportunity to exploit her expertise when Maisy Gaylor of the Portsmouth Women’s Guild asks Josie to sponsor a charity dinner and antique auction. While anxiously awaiting for Maisy Gaylor to name the winner she ends up dead, someone has poisoned her wine. Who would want to kill Maisy? Or was the poisoned wine even intended for Maisy or someone else? Perhaps it was intended for Josie, and if so, Why?
Deadly Appraisal is a murder mystery that will have you guessing who the killer is until the end. The author has a gift for her genre and is to be applauded. Her characters are well defined and believable. This is a series that everyone will enjoy and is great entertainment.
The 13th Demon: Altar of the Spiral Eye
by: Bruce Hennigan
Looking for a page turner that you will not be able to put down, here it is. Once you begin this one make sure you have time to finish or be prepared to be late to school, work, or where ever you may need to be. This is a gripping page turner page after page from beginning to end.
The story begins as a man comes crawling up the beach and finds his way to a woman’s home needing help. He has been severely beaten and left to die by the ocean. The man slips into a coma to awaken without any memory later in the hospital. Upon being discharged from the hospital he has no recollection or any memory of who he is and has no where to go, he accepts a job as a caretaker for a physician and falls for his daughter April.
On the eve of their engagement, Jonathan returns to the condo to find the doctor almost dead at the hands of a madman and no sign of his fiancée. Finding her alive and unharmed, Jonathan attempts to escape the madman who had done such violence, only to have them both caught and April killed before Jonathan is able to kill the man, who is actually a demon. As April lay dying in his arms, she told Jonathan that the demon had said that he had to kill Jonathan before he destroyed all of his kind. With her last breath, she begs Jonathan to fight the evil.
And so the quest begins, but where does one look to find the demons and to prevent evil?
An excellent entertaining read that demands to be finished once the first page has been read. An astounding 5 stars!
Holly and Peter meet on a flight from New York to Los Angeles and are immediately attracted to one another. At some inner level, they each know they met their life mate. This is an amusing chick lit romance in which one thing leads to another. Peter loses her number and years later Holly marries Peter’s best friend, will Holly and Peter ever realize they belong together or is it too late.
You will love the more surprising twists and turns in the lives of the various characters in this romance. You will be amazed at the surprises that will pop up throughout and some unexpected happenings you will never see coming your way.
You will want to pick up a copy of “Beginner’s Greek” as this is an amusing romantic read and demands to be read. No secrets or story lines revealed in this review, you will want to enjoy this one and discuss with your friends. A very entertaining read. And written by a male, so romance still can thrive where least expected from the male’s perspective.
David James Trapp is a master story teller. He draws the reader back in time, two thousand years, to a time when the Celts, Jews, Romans, and Greeks, were all deeply affected by the appearance of a mysterious new star.
The author draws you into the story and his character development will make you feel as if you are there and a part of the story. Vivid details that will bring you in full circle with the plot, story line.
This is a fast paced historical fiction at its best. The author has the ability to draw the reader in and keep the reader involved in the entire plot which has some astonishing unexpected twist. “The Bard of Bethlehem” is an absorbing and excellent read and a must for those who thrive on historical fiction.