Audiobooks from Hart, Leon, Reynolds, Scottoline & Serritella, and Silva | Xpress Reviews


Kate Reading does an excellent job narrating Hart’s Don’t Go Home; Commissario Brunetti investigates a stalking; Reynolds restricts himself here to a deadly dilemma; mother and daughter Scottoline and Serritella team up again; Silva is highly recommended for all Gabriel Allon fans

Fiction from Eskens, Farnsworth, Leigh, Scottoline, Toyne, and Valente | Xpress Reviews


Fans of Harry Bosch will eat up Eskens’s latest, Farnsworth’s blend of historical fiction and cutting-edge science adventure, a compelling historical series opener from Leigh, Scottoline won’t disappoint, Toyne turns in a subtle thriller, Valente is a major voice in modern sf and fantasy

Kerr’s Tenth Bernie Gunther, Lansdale’s Latest Western, with a Stand-Alone from Scottoline | Fiction Reviews, March 1, 2015


Kerr’s magic lies in how he addresses core ethical questions; Lansdale’s fast-paced Western with its multicultural cast of characters is a winner; pulse-racing twists from Scottoline; Leotta spins a delicious tale of suspense; McCreight’s solid follow-up.

Drop-Dead Gorgeous Fiction I: Women Writing Fiction | Library Journal’s Day of Dialog


Highlights of the Drop-Dead Gorgeous Fiction I: Women Writing Fiction panel at LJ’s Day of Dialog 2014

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Boooks, March 28, 2014


A YA first for Berry; a fast-paced action-driver thriller from Child; nonstop action, inventive dangers, and a surprising conclusion from De la Cruz, the under-30 crowd will be drawn to Lin’s Taipei, more Michael Bennett from Patterson and Ledwidge, Scottoline’s new “Rosato & Associates” title is highly recommended

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, March 21, 2014


A debut fantasy with complex worldbuilding, an exquisitely rendered romance from Heath, an alluring mystical concoction from Rose, another winner from Scottoline, an intriguing historical from Siegal, Zimmer’s Western features a game female protagonist

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, September 20, 2013


A chilling debut that hints of Gaslight, Francis resurrects his father’s most popular character, a captivating “Blue Heron” winner from Higgins, Scottoline gives suspense fans more Rosato & Associates

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, March 1, 2013


SF anthology by women, follow-up to Laukkanen’s The Professionals, a masterly debut thriller, a historical romance debut, a powerfully addictive story from Scottoline, and an exciting new series from British suspense author Wilson

Fiction Reviews, February 1, 2012


Fiction Reviews, February 1, 2012