Review: I SPIDER by Anthony Lance

“…think Hitchcock’s ‘Psycho’ meets ‘The Birds’ with flashes of humor.” I have a rather compulsive habit of downloading books to my e-reader, so it was no surprise when I SPIDER joined the masses on my kindle after I read a few excerpts (Hanging on to sanity by a thread, Take care, there’s a caretaker, Caught yellow…

Review: “Drawn In Blood” by N.P. Statham

I tend to stay away from police related mystery novels. I read them like chocolate before I became an officer/detective but now they leave me frustrated. Drawn in Blood did just the opposite. This book was a pleasure to read and I wasn’t screaming, “No, they don’t do it that way.” Instead I asked the…

Review: “Storm Surge” by Tamara Ward

For a compelling environmental mystery and a spunky heroine in the best tradition of women’s fiction, look no farther than Tamara Ward’s debut novel – Storm Surge.   Jonie Waters is the prodigal daughter forced to return to her home town of Wilmington, North Carolina after more than a decade away.  Wearing her independence on…