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JanetWebb
October 12 2017

Review: The Four Horsemen by Gregory Dowling

The Four Horsemen by Gregory Dowling is the second book in the Alvise Marangon Mysteries series. No matter the historic period, some elements of a detective story are eternal. Someone doesn’t...
JanetWebb
October 9 2017

Review: Cold Harbor by Matthew FitzSimmons

Cold Harbor by Matthew FitzSimmons is the third book in the Gibson Vaughn series, where Vaughn has finally been released from his hellish 18-month imprisonment and seeks revenge against his...
JanetWebb
October 3 2017

Review: Friends and Traitors by John Lawton

Friends and Traitors by John Lawton is the eighth book in the Inspector Troy series―a story of betrayal, espionage, and the dangers of love. Friends and Traitors by John Lawton will have...
JanetWebb
October 2 2017

Review: Winter Warning by Jerome Charyn

Winter Warning by Jerome Charyn is the climactic conclusion to the iconic Isaac Sidel mystery series, which finds Charyn’s acclaimed hero facing his toughest showdown yet—this...
JanetWebb
September 27 2017

Review: Whispers of Warning by Jessica Estevao

Whispers of Warning by Jessica Estevao is the second book in the Change of Fortune Mystery series, where Ruby Proulx’s new life in Orchard Beach, Maine, faces some sinister complications. According...
JanetWebb
September 26 2017

Review: A Strange Scottish Shore by Juliana Gray

A Strange Scottish Shore by Juliana Gray is the second book in the Emmeline Truelove historical mystery series. A Strange Scottish Shore is a multi-layered story that rewards a perceptive,...
JanetWebb
September 18 2017

Review: Robert B. Parker’s The Hangman’s Sonnet by Reed Farrel Coleman

Robert B. Parker's The Hangman's Sonnet by Reed Farrel Coleman is the 16th Jesse Stone novel. Paradise’s Chief of Police Jesse Stone is in a really bad place. None of his usual crutches—booze,...
JanetWebb
September 11 2017

Review: Monster in the Closet by Karen Rose

Monster in the Closet by Karen Rose is the fifth book in the Baltimore series, where a father-daughter reunion puts innocent victims in the sights of a stone-cold killer. Monster in the...
JanetWebb
September 8 2017

Review: Good Friday by Lynda La Plante

Good Friday by Lynda La Plante is a prequel story that tells the early days of the career of Jane Tennison before the events of Prime Suspect. Welcome back, Jane Tennison! Good Friday...
JanetWebb
September 7 2017

Review: A Tale of Two Kitties by Sofie Kelly

A Tale of Two Kitties by Sofie Kelly follows two magical cats with  powers of detection that prove indispensable to librarian Kathleen Paulson. A librarian and her two cats solve mysteries—is...
JanetWebb
August 29 2017

Review: Thief’s Mark by Carla Neggers

Thiefs Mark by Carla Neggers is the seventh Sharpe & Donovan novel, where a murder in a quiet English village, long-buried secrets, and a man's search for answers about his traumatic past...
JanetWebb
August 20 2017

Review: Make Them Pay by Allison Brennan

Make Them Pay by Allison Brennan is the 12th book in the Lucy Kincaid series, where Lucy and Sean Rogan are finally tying the knot, but the Rogan family has other plans. Make Them Pay is the...
JanetWebb
August 12 2017

Review: Seeing Red by Sandra Brown

Seeing Red by Sandra Brown is a thriller with supercharged sexual tension about tainted heroism and vengeance without mercy (available August 15, 2017). What do you think of when you think...
JanetWebb
August 9 2017

Review: On Her Majesty’s Frightfully Secret Service by Rhys Bowen

On Her Majesty's Frightfully Secret Service by Rhy Bowen is the 11th Royal Spyness novel, where Lady Georgiana Rannoch must juggle secret missions from the Queen, Darcy, and her mother—but...
JanetWebb
August 4 2017

Review: Murder Take Three by Eric Brown

Murder Take Three by Eric Brown is the fourth Langham and Dupré Mystery, where 1950s Private Investigator Donald Langham discovers that truth is stranger than fiction when...
JanetWebb
August 3 2017

Review: The Marriage Pact by Michelle Richmond

The Marriage Pact by Michelle Richmond is a relentlessly paced novel of psychological suspense that asks: How far would you go to protect your marriage? There was something about the description...
JanetWebb
August 1 2017

Review: Beauty Like the Night by Joanna Bourne

Beauty Like the Night by Joanna Bourne is the sixth and final book in the Spymaster series—a stirring tale of intrigue, espionage, and attraction (available August 1, 2017). There’s...
JanetWebb
July 26 2017

Review: Let the Dead Speak by Jane Casey

With Let the Dead Speak, Jane Casey returns with another taut, richly drawn novel that will grip readers from the opening pages to the stunning conclusion. Let the Dead Speak is Jane Casey’s...
JanetWebb
July 7 2017

Review: City of Masks by S. D. Sykes

City of Masks by S. D. Sykes is the third Somershill Manor mystery, where young Lord Somershill flees England for the wonders of Venice and becomes involved in a bizarre murder investigation that...
JanetWebb
May 4 2017

Review: The Darkest Night by Rick Reed

The Darkest Night by Rick Reed is the 5th book in the Detective Jack Murphy series, which finds the detective investigating a murdered cop, his partner's missing niece, and a shadowy voodoo cult.  If...
JanetWebb
April 25 2017

Review: Brew or Die by Caroline Fardig

Brew or Die by Caroline Fardig is the 4th Java Jive mystery, where Nashville’s perkiest private eye—coffeehouse manager Juliet Langley—goes undercover in the party-planning industry...
JanetWebb
April 8 2017

Review: Dying on the Vine by Marla Cooper

Dying on the Vine by Marla Cooper is the 2nd book in the Kelsey McKenna Destination Wedding Mysteries series. Take a visual tour of Dying on the Vine with GIFnotes! Murder and matrimony...
JanetWebb
April 6 2017

Review: Where the Dead Lie by C. S. Harris

Where the Dead Lie by C. S. Harris is the 12th Sebastian St. Cyr Mystery, where the gruesome murder of a young boy takes Sebastian St. Cyr from the gritty streets of London to the glittering pleasure...
JanetWebb
March 28 2017

Review: My Darling Detective by Howard Norman

My Darling Detective by Howard Norman is a witty, engrossing homage to noir (available March 28, 2017). Jacob Rigolet, “a soon-to-be former assistant to a wealthy art collector,”...
JanetWebb
March 20 2017

Review: Single Malt Murder by Melinda Mullet

Single Malt Murder by Melinda Mullet is the 1st novel in an engaging new series blending fine spirits with chilling mystery (available March 21, 2017). “There's many a slip 'twixt...
JanetWebb
March 14 2017

Review: The Devil’s Triangle by Catherine Coulter and J. T. Ellison

The Devil's Triangle by Catherine Coulter and J. T. Ellison is a highly anticipated thriller in their Brit in the FBI series, featuring special agents Nicholas Drummond and Michaela Caine in their...
JanetWebb
March 9 2017

Review: In Farleigh Field by Rhys Bowen

In Farleigh Field by Rhys Bowen is inspired by the events and people of World War II, crafting a sweeping and riveting saga of class, family, love, and betrayal. No war holds readers—and writers—more...
JanetWebb
March 1 2017

Review: The Housekeeper by Suellen Dainty

The Housekeeper by Suellen Dainty is a nuanced and nail-biting psychological thriller about the dark recesses of the human mind and the dangerous consequences of long-buried secrets. In the introduction...
JanetWebb
February 16 2017

Review: Snowed In with Murder by Auralee Wallace

Snowed In with Murder by Auralee Wallace is the 3rd book in the Otter Lake Mystery series. Take a classic mystery opening (a group of connected people with a murderer in their midst), add an isolated...
JanetWebb
February 6 2017

Review: Apprentice 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, Janet Webb reviews...