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Ardi Alspach
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ArdiAlspach
September 21 2017

Review: The Last Chicago Boss: My Life with the Chicago Outlaws Motorcycle Club by Peter “Big” Pete James with Kerrie Droban

The Last Chicago Boss: My Life with the Chicago Outlaws Motorcycle Club by Peter “Big Pete” James is a startling and unprecedented expose into the inner workings of the Outlaw Nation from...
ArdiAlspach
September 19 2017

Review: Best Day Ever by Kaira Rouda

Best Day Ever by Kaira Rouda is a gripping, tautly suspenseful tale of deception and betrayal dark enough to destroy a marriage … or a life. Four paragraphs into Kaira Rouda’s...
ArdiAlspach
September 8 2017

Review: The Bloody Black Flag by Steve Goble

The Bloody Black Flag by Steve Goble is a debut novel aboard a pirate ship in 1722 and the first in the new Spider John Mysteries series. The publisher touts Steve Goble’s debut novel,...
ArdiAlspach
September 6 2017

Review: Good Me Bad Me by Ali Land

Good Me Bad Me by Ali Land is a dark, compelling, voice-driven debut psychological suspense thriller. Take a visual tour of Good Me Bad Me with GIFnotes! Everywhere you look, it seems there’s...
ArdiAlspach
August 29 2017

Review: Fast Falls the Night by Julia Keller

Based on a real-life event, Pulitzer Prize-winner Julia Keller’s latest Bell Elkins novel Fast Falls the Night takes place in a single 24-hour period, unfurling against the backdrop of a shattering...
ArdiAlspach
August 17 2017

Review: Best Intentions by Erika Raskin

Best Intentions by Erika Raskin is a captivating domestic suspense novel that weaves together high-stakes hospital politics, the pressures of family life, and the consequences of trying...
ArdiAlspach
August 2 2017

Review: Love Me to Death by Allison Brennan

Love Me to Death by Allison Brennan is the first novel in the Lucy Kincaid series, which begins six years after Lucy's attack as she struggles with PTSD and pursues a role fighting sexual predators...
ArdiAlspach
July 6 2017

Beyond Reasonable Doubt: “Murder in Vegas” Episode Review

The final episode of Beyond Reasonable Doubt, “Murder in Vegas,” will be airing this Sunday, July 9th at 8 pm ET/PT. Are you ready? Buckle up, because this is yet another thrilling...
ArdiAlspach
June 29 2017

Beyond Reasonable Doubt: “The Atlanta Bombings” Episode Review

The bombings in Atlanta, GA—starting with the most publicized bombing at Centennial Park during the Summer Olympics—hold a special fascination for me. It might hit closer to home than...
ArdiAlspach
June 22 2017

Beyond Reasonable Doubt: “The Murdered Bride” Episode Review

HLN, a channel affiliated with CNN, has released their first acquired produced content (Nutopia) in Beyond Reasonable Doubt, and true crime fans should rejoice at this news! The first three episodes...
ArdiAlspach
May 25 2017

Review: Netflix’s True Crime Documentary The Keepers

The story begins with two retired women who come together to try to solve the 1969 murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik, their former high school teacher. It sounds like the premise of a cute cozy mystery,...
ArdiAlspach
May 15 2017

Review: HBO’s True Crime Documentary Mommy Dead and Dearest

If you’re looking for a quick bit of interesting true crime and don’t have time for the long docuseries that have become popular lately, look no further that HBO’s newest, Mommy...
ArdiAlspach
April 24 2017

Review: Ararat by Christopher Golden

Ararat by Christopher Golden is the heart-pounding tale of an adventure that goes wrong—on a biblical scale. Personally, I can’t think of a more interesting mystery than an historical...
ArdiAlspach
April 20 2017

Review: Incendiary by Michael Cannell

Incendiary: The Psychiatrist, the Mad Bomber, and the Invention of Criminal Profiling by Michael Cannell follows a serial bomber who stalked the streets of 1950s New York and details the race to catch...
ArdiAlspach
April 15 2017

Review: Under the Harrow by Flynn Berry

Under the Harrow by Flynn Berry is a riveting psychological thriller and a haunting exploration of the fierce love between two sisters, the distortions of grief, and the terrifying power of...
ArdiAlspach
March 21 2017

Review: Lola by Melissa Scrivner Love

Lola by Melissa Scrivner Love is an astonishing debut crime thriller about an unforgettable woman who combines the genius and ferocity of Lisbeth Salander with the ruthless ambition of Walter White. Melissa...
LyndsayFaye
March 16 2017

Q&A with Lyndsay Faye, Author of The Whole Art of Detection

Lyndsay Faye is the author of five critically acclaimed books: Dust and Shadow, about Sherlock Holmes’s attempt to hunt down Jack the Ripper; The Gods of Gotham, which was nominated for the...
ArdiAlspach
March 9 2017

Review: The Whole Art of Detection by Lyndsay Faye

The Whole Art of Detection: Lost Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes by Lyndsay Faye is a stunning collection of Sherlock Holmes short stories inspired by the original Arthur Conan Doyle classics. The...
ArdiAlspach
February 2 2017

Review: The Spider and the Fly by Claudia Rowe

The Spider and the Fly by Claudia Rowe is a spellbinding combination of memoir and psychological suspense where a female journalist chronicles her unusual connection with a convicted serial killer and...
ArdiAlspach
January 19 2017

Review: HBO’s Beware the Slenderman (2017)

I want you to go back in time for a moment and try to remember when you were twelve. You would have been in the fifth or sixth grade then, and if your childhood was anything like mine, you'd...
ArdiAlspach
December 12 2016

Review: Immortal in Death by J.D. Robb

To celebrate the upcoming release of J.D. Robb's 44th Eve Dallas mystery, Echoes in Death, we're taking a look back at every single book in the In Death series. Today, Ardi Alspach reviews...
ArdiAlspach
December 9 2016

Review: Glory in Death by J.D. Robb

To celebrate the upcoming release of J.D. Robb's 44th Eve Dallas mystery, Echoes in Death, we're taking a look back at every single book in the In Death series. Today, Ardi Alspach reviews...
ArdiAlspach
December 8 2016

Review: Naked in Death by J.D. Robb

To celebrate the upcoming release of J.D. Robb's 44th Eve Dallas mystery, Echoes in Death, we're taking a look back at every single book in the In Death series. Today, Ardi Alspach reviews...
ArdiAlspach
September 19 2016

Review: Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco

Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco is a deliciously creepy horror novel that has a storyline inspired by the Ripper murders and an unexpected, blood-chilling conclusion (Available September...
ArdiAlspach
September 12 2016

Review: Beloved Poison by E. S. Thomson

Beloved Poison by E. S. Thomson is a richly atmospheric Victorian crime novel, set in crumbling 1850s London infirmary, where murder is the price to be paid for secrets kept (Available September...
ArdiAlspach
July 7 2016

Review: A Killing in Amish Country by Gregg Olsen & Rebecca Morris

New York Times bestselling authors Gregg Olsen and Rebecca Morris investigate the 2009 death of a young Amish wife and mother. Faith, sex, and betrayal feature prominently as Olsen and Morris uncover...
ArdiAlspach
June 7 2016

Review: A Golden Cage by Shelley Freydont

A Golden Cage by Shelley Freydont is the 2nd Newport Gilded Age Mystery, where headstrong heiress Deanna Randolph must solve another murder among the social elite (Available today!). A Golden Cage...