Throwback Review: Zero-G by Alton Gansky

To boldly go where no man has gone before…  That’s the job of Benjamin “Tuck” Tucker, Space Shuttle Commander. Problem is, his crewmates must’ve been wearing red shirts. He awakes in a daze, unsure of what knocked him out. Never a good thing while in space. With his mind clouded, Tuck realizes that something has gone horribly wrong. He launched a Space Shuttle and landed a hearse.

Dark in Death Dives Deep

Dark in Death by J.D. Robb Genre: mystery, thriller, sci-fi Publisher: St. Martins Press Date: January 30, 2018 Reviewed by: Lori Twichell Fiction Addict Scorecard: A In her forty-sixth outing, Eve Dallas crosses into the literary world and it’s full of adventure, mayhem and continual punches at that fourth wall that sets the fragile boundary […]

Look For Me

Look for Me (D.D. Warren #9) by Lisa Gardner Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense Publisher: Dutton Date: Feb 6, 2018 Reviewed by: Elizabeth Olmedo Fiction Addict Scorecard: B Detective D.D. Warren arrives to a devastating scene. Uniformed officers, police cruisers, and yellow tape cordon off the home of a family of five. Four members have been […]

Little Girl Gone

Little Girl Gone by Gerry Schmitt Genre: crime, thriller Publisher: Berkley Date: July 2016 Reviewed by: Brit Yancey Fiction Addict Scorecard: A Meet Afton Tangler: mother of two, rock climber, and the community liaison for the Minneapolis Police Department. What does a community liaison do? One cold morning, Tangler gets a call about an abduction […]