Fiction from Atkins, Block, Kramer, Moore, Wilson, & Debuter Pashley | Xpress Reviews


Quinn Colson in Mississippi, sexually graphic hard-boiled fiction from Block, Kramer’s very enjoyable read about a librarian, a darkly funny sequel from Moore, an unrelentingly gritty first novel, Wilson takes off at breakneck speed

Dreyer, Florand, Kramer, MacLean | Romance Reviews, December 2014


Dreyer’s smart, savvy heroine and a dashing “White Knight,” Florand’s delicious story will appeal across genre lines, Kramer’s sexy-sweet romp is sassy, funny, and redolent with Low-Country charm, a satisfying conclusion to MacLean’s remarkable quartet.

A Fictional Account of Anna Freud & Trotsky’s Assassin & Kramer’s First Contemporary | Xpress Reviews


A fictional autobiography of Anna Freud, a look behind the Trotsky assassination from Davidson, Kramer’s foray into contemporary romance will be all over the beaches this summer