Review: Vengeance Borne by Amanda Bonilla

Review: Vengeance Borne by Amanda Bonilla

Any novel that opens with a Dean Winchester reference within the first one hundred pages is a surefire winner in my opinion so let me introduce you to Vengeance Borne, book one in Amanda Bonilla’s brand new Sentry of Evil series. As a long-time fan of her Shaede Assassin novels, I knew that I was […]

— Posted September 13, 2013 by Carmel / 1 Comment
Josh Reviews: Sins of the Demon by Diana Rowland

Josh Reviews: Sins of the Demon by Diana Rowland

Sins of the Demon perhaps has to atone only for the teeming mass of questions left unanswered as the last chapter calls it a wrap.   Certainly the major plot – if it deserves such an honor – a spate of murder cases which owe Kara Gillian their creation, gets resolved.   A terrific subplot […]

— Posted September 11, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 0 Comments
Audio Review: Unholy Magic by Stacia Kane

Audio Review: Unholy Magic by Stacia Kane

My second trip into the world of Downside was a lot more satisfying than my first; this story focuses on Chess’ investigations rather than on her drug addiction which was my main beef with Unholy Ghosts. My frustrations over the heroine’s inability to think straight due to her addled state were somewhat alleviated in this […]

— Posted September 9, 2013 by Carmel / 14 Comments
Josh Reviews: Under Suspicion by Hannah Jayne

Josh Reviews: Under Suspicion by Hannah Jayne

Under Suspicion details a rather inauspicious week or two in the life of Sophie Marceau…ah, correction…Sophie Lawson, flubbing Underworld crime fighter.   Note: Underworld refers to a law firm of sorts, which, true, is well underground, about twenty floors, but specializes usually in the distribution of alimony between dragon mates, the licensing of wizards to […]

— Posted September 7, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 0 Comments