Book Review: Dancing At Midnight by Rebecca Graves

Dancing At Midnight is the heartbreaking tale of a Carolyn, a young woman who comes home to deal with the death of her mother, June Parker - and the estate she has left behind - only to discover the painful, untold truth about her June's early life. This is very different from what I usually... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Frozen in Time – The Fate of The Franklin Expedition by Owen Beattie

The horrifying truth about a most terrifying historical event - the loss of the 129 men of the Franklin Expedition who perished in the Canadian Arctic in 1848. I don't read enough non-fiction, unfortunately. I always end up loving it when I do, and I try to always intersperse my reading with a few books... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Reckoning by John Grisham

Pete Banning wakes up one day, eats his breakfast, get his affairs in order, and decides to shoot his pastor. He then goes straight to the sheriff. What follows is an elaborate court case, a family drama, and a story of the terrible conditions of war. A truly fascinating tale. I hadn't read any John... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Sunbird by Wilbur Smith

I loved this! Like reading an Indiana Jones movie (one of the good ones). Being an archaeologist myself I'm immediately on board whenever there's a story about an amazing discovery, hidden for thousands of years, waiting to be unearthed. Usually I dig into (pun very much intended) stuff like this with a big flashing neon... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Shiver by Allie Reynolds

Shiver is the kind of mystery thriller that will make it go cold down your back - and not just because it's set in the French Alps. The premise is simple: five friends, all former professional snowboarders, are called to a reunion at remote hotel in the French Alps - ten years after the mysterious... Continue Reading →

Pre-Order My Psychological Thriller – Win Amazing Art!

See those six illustrations on the table in front of me? Those that are intentionally out of focus and hidden behind a big business card? Those are the original artworks for my upcoming psychological thriller, At The Gate, all made by the incredible talented Axel Toth (@UrbanKnightArt). At The Gate is a dark, psychologically terrifying... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Call of Chaos by Sean R. Frazier

The Witcher meets The Hobbit in this wonderfully crafted and delightfully terrifying fantasy! Cor'il Silvermoon has been exiled from his homelands - but he doesn't know why. Forced to roam the world outside the safety of what he used to call home, he is destined to meet friends, make enemies, and face the terrors that... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Boy In The Cellar by Stephen Smith

The most terrifying book you'll ever read - and it's all true! I love thrillers. Thrillers, horror, mysteries, crime and action, whatever it is, I love reading and watching things that can make my heart beat faster. So when I first discovered the true crime genre at some point in my early teens, I was... Continue Reading →

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