BOOK REVIEW OF THE LAST NOTCH BY ARNOLD HANO FOR THE LANCASHIRE POST

LEP.CO.UK - The Last Notch by Arnold Hano

“Reprinted for the first time under his own name, American author Arnold Hano’s innovative, provocative Wild West tale of greed, self-loathing and redemption sees a legendary outlaw attempting the perilous, complicated path toward amnesty.”

My review of Arnold Hano’s The Last Notch is published today in the Lancashire Evening Post, and syndicated to 25 newspapers across the UK.

BOOK REVIEW OF VIRGIN CAY / A NIGHT OUT BY BASIL HEATTER FOR THE LANCASHIRE POST

LEP.CO.UK - Virgin Cay and A Night Out by Basil Heatter

“In two suspenseful novels set in and around the Gulf of Mexico, the late American author Basil Heatter tells the stories of a shipwrecked boatman who is persuaded to commit murder for the price of a new ship, and a shrimp boat captain who unwittingly gets embroiled in a drug smuggling operation.”

My review of Virgin Cay / A Night Out by Basil Heatter is published today in the Lancashire Evening Post, and syndicated to 25 newspapers across the UK.

BOOK REVIEW OF BEHIND THE MASK EDITED BY TRICIA REEKS AND KYLE RICHARDSON FOR THE COLORADO REVIEW

Colorado Review - Behind the Mask: An Anthology of Heroic Proportions by Tricia Reeks and Kyle Richardson, editors

“Rocketing into speculative fiction territory, Behind the Mask, a strikingly entertaining anthology of short stories focused on the everyday lives of those in possession of superhuman abilities, sparkles with vibrant luminosity and star-spangled hipness.”

The Colorado Review features my review of the latest book from Meerkat Press, Behind the Mask: An Anthology of Heroic Proportions, edited by Tricia Reeks and Kyle Richardson.

BOOK REVIEW OF SMITH BY TIMOTHY J. LOCKHART FOR THE LANCASHIRE POST

LEP.CO.UK - Smith by Timothy J. Lockhart

“Blackmailed into working for a secret government organisation, a hard-bitten former servicewoman overcomes a perilous training programme to become a highly skilled and extremely resourceful assassin in a taut, action-packed thriller.”

My review of Smith by Timothy J. Lockhart is published today in the Lancashire Evening Post, and syndicated to 25 newspapers across the UK.

Issue 30 of Lowestoft Chronicle

Lowestoft Chronicle #30

From taxicabs in Japan and arcades at Jersey Shore to rough and wretched ferry rides in Thailand,  Issue #30 of Lowestoft Chronicle features stories, poems, and essays by AN Block, Charles G Chettiar, Mary Donaldson-Evans, Brennen Fahy, Lou Gaglia, Elliot Greiner, Jill Hawkins, Anthony Head, Todd McKie, Frank Morelli, James B. Nicola, and Saundra Norton.

 

BOOK REVIEW OF THE AFFAIR OF LADY WESTCOTT’S LOST RUBY / THE CASE OF THE UNSEEN ASSASSIN BY GARY LOVISI FOR THE LANCASHIRE POST

LEP.CO.UK - The Affair of Lady Westcotts Lost Ruby / The Case of the Unseen Assassin by Gary Lovisi

“In a pair of intriguing novellas set in London in the 1890s, the deductive skills of Sherlock Holmes and his protégé, Inspector Alec MacDonald of Scotland Yard, are severely tested by a string of random killings of ‘gentlemen of consequence,’ and a plot to bring down the monarchy and plunge the British Empire into chaos.”

My review of The Affair of Lady Westcott’s Lost Ruby / The Case of the Unseen Assassin by Gary Lovisi is published today in the Lancashire Evening Post, and syndicated to 25 newspapers across the UK.

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BOOK REVIEW OF STRANDED BY MATTHEW P. MAYO FOR THE LANCASHIRE POST

LEP.CO.UK - Stranded by Matthew P. Mayo

“Best known as an author of popular western novels, Matthew P. Mayo produces his finest work of fiction to date with this compelling, heartbreaking account of Janette Riker’s harrowing experiences while stranded for months on end in the Rockies, battling blizzards, frostbite and floods, and a vast array of ravenous, menacing creatures.”

My review of Stranded by Matthew P. Mayo is published today in the Lancashire Evening Post, and syndicated to 25 newspapers across the UK.

BOOK REVIEW OF MRS. JEFFRIES RIGHTS A WRONG BY EMILY BRIGHTWELL FOR THE LANCASHIRE POST

LEP.CO.UK - Mrs. Jeffries Rights a Wrong by Emily Brightwell

“In her newest novel, Mrs. Jeffries Rights a Wrong, which marks the 35th entry in the series, Brightwell delivers another entertaining and intricately plotted murder mystery set around a bustling London hotel and focused as much on uncovering the truth about the ‘slick as a slippery eel’ victim as on discovering the identity of the killer.”

My review of Mrs. Jeffries Rights A Wrong by Emily Brightwell (aka Cheryl Arguile) is published today in the Lancashire Evening Post, and syndicated to 25 newspapers across the UK.

BOOK REVIEW OF THE DELIGHT OF BEING ORDINARY BY ROLAND MERULLO FOR THE LANCASHIRE POST

LEP.CO.UK - The Delight of Being Ordinary by Roland Merullo

“Missing and believed kidnapped by the Mafia, two of the world’s most recognisable holy men embark on a secret, impromptu road trip across the appealing Italian countryside in a delightfully whimsical novel from acclaimed American author Roland Merullo.”

My review of The Delight of Being Ordinary by Roland Merullo is published today in the Lancashire Evening Post, and syndicated to 25 newspapers across the UK.

Read the full review here