results for tag:
Dirk Robertson
Showing all CriminalElement.com content using the tag "Dirk Robertson" including series, stories, blog posts, and users. To browse published posts on the front page, click here.
|
DirkRobertson
August 16 2017

Review: Dead Heat by Allison Brennan

Dead Heat by Allison Brennan is the eighth Lucy Kincaid novel, where Agent Kincaid must risk her life and her career to try and bring down a crime lord's empire. It’s San Antonio,...
DirkRobertson
August 10 2017

Review: Devil’s Call by J. Danielle Dorn

Devil’s Call by J. Danielle Dorn is a Western horror novel that James Demonaco (screenwriter and director of The Purge series) calls “The Revenant with witches.” Nebraska, 1859....
DirkRobertson
July 31 2017

Review: Beyond Absolution by Cora Harrison

Beyond Absolutionby Cora Harrison is the third book in the Reverend Mother Mystery series (available August 1, 2017). Father Dominic is in the confessional stall at the Holy Trinity Church. The...
DirkRobertson
July 24 2017

Review: The Lost Ones by Sheena Kamal

The Lost Ones by Sheena Kamal is a dark, compulsively readable psychological suspense debut, the first in a new series featuring the brilliant, fearless, chaotic, and deeply flawed Nora Watts—a...
DirkRobertson
July 3 2017

Review: A Game of Ghosts by John Connolly

A Game of Ghosts by John Connolly is the 15th book in the Charlie Parker series (available July 4, 2017). It’s winter in Portland, and there is no sign of the cold letting up. Charlie...
DirkRobertson
June 12 2017

Review: Knife Creek by Paul Doiron

Knife Creek by Paul Doiron is the 8th book in the Mike Bowditch Mystery series. Mike Bowditch works for the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife along with his partner, Stacy. They could...
DirkRobertson
May 30 2017

Review: Tom Clancy’s Op-Center: Dark Zone by George Galdorisi & Jeff Rovin

In Dark Zone, a race-to-the-finish thriller in the New York Times-bestselling Tom Clancy's Op-Center series, the brutal murder of an undercover agent reveals a plot to incite a full-fledged war...
DirkRobertson
May 25 2017

Review: Where Dead Men Meet by Mark Mills

Set against a terrific backdrop of Europe on the cusp of the Second World War, Where Dead Men Meet by Mark Mills is a compelling novel, rich in adventure, espionage, secrets, and lies (available...
DirkRobertson
May 16 2017

Review: Price of Duty by Dale Brown

Price of Duty by Dale Brown is the 21st book in the Patrick McLanahan series, where the U.S. and its Western allies come under a diabolical Russian cyber warfare attack in this action-packed military...
DirkRobertson
May 9 2017

Review: The Girl on the Bridge by James Hayman

The Girl on the Bridge by James Hayman is the latest McCabe and Savage thriller, involving a case of retributive vigilante justice against a group who gang raped a girl at a party twelve years...
DirkRobertson
April 19 2017

Review: Body on the Bayou by Ellen Byron

Body on the Bayou by Ellen Byron is the 2nd book in the Cajun Country Mystery series, nominated for an Agatha Award for Best Novel. Ellen Byron takes us to Louisiana for this Cajun Country...
DirkRobertson
April 13 2017

Review: Convicting Avery by Michael D. Cicchini

Convicting Avery: The Bizarre Laws and Broken System behind “Making a Murderer” by Michael D. Cicchini is an unsettling book that gives facts and insights beyond those presented in...
DirkRobertson
April 12 2017

Review: The Semester of Our Discontent by Cynthia Kuhn

The Semester of Our Discontent by Cynthia Kuhn is the 1st book in the Lila Maclean Academic Mystery series, nominated for an Agatha Award for Best First Novel.  Stonedale University, southwest...
DirkRobertson
April 10 2017

Review: Dodgers by Bill Beverly

Dodgers by Bill Beverly is a dark, unforgettable coming-of-age journey that is written in stark and unforgettable prose and featuring an array of surprising and memorable characters rendered...
DirkRobertson
April 5 2017

Review: Delivering the Truth by Edith Maxwell

Delivering the Truth by Edith Maxwell is the 1st book in the Quaker Midwife Mystery series, nominated for an Agatha Award for Best Historical Novel. Life is rewarding for Rose Carroll. A midwife...
DirkRobertson
April 3 2017

Review: Rain Dogs by Adrian McKinty

Rain Dogs by Adrian McKinty is the 5th novel in the Detective Sean Duffy series, nominated for an Edgar Award for Best Paperback Original. Carrickfergus Castle is witness to what seems to be the...
DirkRobertson
March 10 2017

Review: The Wages of Sin by Kaite Welsh

The Wages of Sin by Kaite Welsh is a page-turning tale of murder, subversion, and vice in which a female medical student in Victorian Edinburgh is drawn into a murder investigation when she...
DirkRobertson
February 21 2017

Review: I See You by Clare Mackintosh

I See You by Clare Mackintosh is a dark and claustrophobic thriller in which a normal, everyday woman becomes trapped in the confines of her normal, everyday world. If you happen upon the personal...
DirkRobertson
February 9 2017

Review: Long Time Lost by Chris Ewan

Chris Ewan's Long Time Lost is a fast-paced, standalone thriller. Long Time Lost is a very sharp, finely-crafted thriller from page one. To kick off the story, Chris Ewan takes us to the Isle...
DirkRobertson
February 8 2017

Review: Under the Knife by Kelly Parsons

Under the Knife by Kelly Parsons is a heart-pounding medical thriller that will have readers on the edge of their seats up to the very last page. Morgan Finney has made a lot of money from biotechnology....
DirkRobertson
January 27 2017

Review: Thankless 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, Dirk Robertson reviews...
DirkRobertson
January 23 2017

Review: Clownfish Blues by Tim Dorsey

In Clownfish Blues by Tim Dorsey, A (Serge A.) Storm is brewing for a cabal of bad guys gaming the Florida state lottery in this insanely funny novel from the maestro of mayhem (available January 24,...
DirkRobertson
January 17 2017

Review: Kindred 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, Dirk Robertson reviews...
DirkRobertson
January 16 2017

Review: A Puzzle to Be Named Later by Parnell Hall

A Puzzle to Be Named Later by Parnell Hall is the 18th book in the Puzzle Lady Mystery series (available January 17, 2017). Cora Felton—the self-ascribed “Puzzle Lady”—anonymously...
DirkRobertson
January 9 2017

Review: Dead Gone by Luca Veste

Dead Gone by Luca Veste is a terrifying trip into the darkest corners of psychology, where Detectives Murphy and Rossi rush to catch a serial killer who is stalking a university in Liverpool, ingeniously...
DirkRobertson
December 26 2016

Review: Seduction 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, Dirk Robertson reviews...
DirkRobertson
December 23 2016

Review: The Twelve Dogs of Christmas by David Rosenfelt

The Twelve Dogs of Christmas by David Rosenfelt is the 15th book in the Andy Carpenter series. With a title like The Twelve Dogs of Christmas, it would seem David Rosenfelt has written a fuzzy,...
DirkRobertson
December 19 2016

Review: The Cat Sitter and the Canary by Blaize & John Clement

The Cat Sitter and the Canary is the 11th book in the Dixie Hemingway series (Available December 20, 2016). Depending on the number of feline clients you can accrue, being a cat sitter can be a...
DirkRobertson
December 15 2016

Review: Not Just Evil by David Wilson

For readers of true crime sagas like Tinseltown and Little Demon in the City of Light comes a chilling account of a murder that captivated the United States in the 1920s. The subtitle for David...
DirkRobertson
December 1 2016

Review: Don’t Turn Out the Lights by Bernard Minier

Don't Turn Out the Lights by Bernard Minier is the 3rd Commandant Martin Servaz novel (Available December 6, 2016). Great writing is like great baking. The ingredients have to be spot on, properly...