Historical · Mystery · Suspense

Weekend at Thrackley by Alan Melville

Another great mystery from the Golden Age of Crime. Jim Henderson hasn’t been the luckiest of man. Being unemployed for three years left him hanging only by his social position. When the mysterious Edwin Carson, a precious stone collector, summons Jim to his country house Thrackley for a weekend party, he knows he has nothing… Continue reading Weekend at Thrackley by Alan Melville

Horror · Suspense · Thriller

Psycho Analysis by V.R. Stone

This book was an absolute delight to read! For a debut novel, I most say I'm highly impressed. From the story line, the characters, the build-up and the ending, V.R. Stone revealed himself to be a great thriller writer. The story follows three main characters with a troubled past that haunts their present. Sarah, a strong… Continue reading Psycho Analysis by V.R. Stone

Action · Adventure · Fantasy · Uncategorized

Storm of the Gods (Areios Brothers #1) by Amy Braun

An action-packed adventure that brings Greek mythology to modern times in a great way. It’s been thirty years since the Greek gods returned with their powers restored after the long battle against the mighty titans. With the ancient deities imprisoned in Tartarus, the gods now live in Néo Vasíleio, formerly known as California. Derek Aerios… Continue reading Storm of the Gods (Areios Brothers #1) by Amy Braun

Historical · Romance

The Water and the Wine by Tamar Hodes

A delightful novel that brings out the excitement and depth of the creative process. The Water and the Wine is a treat for the lovers of Greece and the 1960s. It tells the story of a group of young musicians, actors and artists who live on the Greek island Hydra. Tamar Hodes tells the fictionalised… Continue reading The Water and the Wine by Tamar Hodes

Cosy Mystery · Uncategorized

The Spook in the Stacks (Lighthouse Library Mystery #4) by Eva Gates

A wonderful cosy mystery that takes place in a lighthouse library. At Bodie Island Lighthouse Library in North Caroline is on full Halloween mode. Librarian Lucy Richardson gets into the holiday spirit by hosting a lecture on ghost legends, starting with the works of Washington Irving. To add excitement, former resident and wealthy businessman Jay… Continue reading The Spook in the Stacks (Lighthouse Library Mystery #4) by Eva Gates

Action · Horror · Mystery

The Tracker by John Hunt

Now here is an original plot that will make you be afraid of falling asleep. Taylor is a 25 years old man with a series of problems. He’s over 100kg in weight, being diminished by his mother over it until her death. He’s also accused of multiple murder charges that he swears he’s not guilty… Continue reading The Tracker by John Hunt

Adventure · Children · Fantasy · Middle-Grade · Paranormal

Twain’s Treasure (Phantom Files #1) by William B. Wolfe

A highly enjoyable read for all the lovers of a good adventure, humorous dialogues mixed with mystery. Alex April has a particular gift or curse: he can see ghosts. On the contrary of what you might believe, these ghosts are far from being scary, they are mostly annoying, loud and have the infuriating habit of… Continue reading Twain’s Treasure (Phantom Files #1) by William B. Wolfe

Cosy Mystery

Lethal Licorice (Amish Candy Shop Mystery #2) by Amanda Flower

A great addition to The Amish Candy Shop Mystery series. Lethal Licorice picks up right after the events of Assaulted Caramel. Bailey’s life is still a bit of a mess as she slowly adjusts to the Amish style of life in Harvest, Ohio. At the same time, Bailey’s grandmother is still struggling after the death… Continue reading Lethal Licorice (Amish Candy Shop Mystery #2) by Amanda Flower

Fantasy · Horror · Middle-Grade · Mystery · Paranormal

A Graveyard Visible by Steve Conoboy

A refreshing horror story that introduces the idea of an expanding cemetery. Caleb can see an old graveyard from his bedroom window and it seems to grow bigger every day. Even though funerals take place there every night, no one in their town is dying. As Caleb takes it upon himself to measure the graveyard,… Continue reading A Graveyard Visible by Steve Conoboy

Horror · Poetry

Nightmare’s Eve by Stephen H. Provost

A collection of 16 short stories and 10 poems that explore several themes going from space exploration, time travel to mythology and supernatural events that will make you sleep with the lights on.