Correa delivers an engrossing story of the 1939 voyage of the St. Louis; Lasdun’s latest is an intelligent, disquieting psychothriller; Killer Holiday reads; romance novellas, the perfect stocking stuffer; Cain’s eerie European setting and unpredictable plot is bound to chill
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Week ending September 30, 2016 Lyons, Kathy. License To Shift. Forever Yours: Grand Central. (Grizzlies Gone Wild, Bk. 2). Oct. 2016. 288p. ebk. ISBN 9781455540952. $1.99. PARANORMAL ROMANCE Mark Robertson is awakened from a deep sleep by an unknown human female visitor, Julie Simon, ringing his doorbell. Bear-shifter Mark (The Bear Who Loved Me) is […]
The tenth “Six Pack Ranch” is as good as the first; readers will be reminiscing about young love; book three in Lindsey’s “Geek Girl Mysteries” series is lots of fun; Meredith latest will appeal to those who enjoy seeing unlikable heroes get their comeuppance; Aasolid, varied depiction of sex and desire among the older set
Gigl’s Debut of the Month, Andrews, Cogman, Grant, Priest, plus New Series Lineup | SF/Fantasy Reviews, September 15, 2016
Scotland is a bonny setting for Colgan’s funny, winsome Bookshop on the Corner; Coover channels the humor and wit of Twain; Gilligan is in new territory examining Ireland’s Jewish community; fresh fiction in translation; debuter Littlejohn writes with assurance and skill; fans will relish Zahradnik’s gritty, powerful crime novel