The Good Neighbor by A.J. Banner is so bad, it’s almost funny.

November 2, 2015 | Posted in MYSTERY/THRILLER | By

"The Good Neighbor" by A.J. Banner.

I decided to give this title a try because it kept showing up in my Kindle Unlimited recommendations, especially for Autumn-themed reads which I was in the mood to explore. It had over 3,000 reviews on Amazon, most of them quite positive, and a write-up that said it could be “the next Gone Girl.”

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Tarbox Station by Rhonda Eudaly: A New Science Fiction Whodunit

October 28, 2015 | Posted in MYSTERY/THRILLER, SCIENCE FICTION | By

"Tarbox Station" by Rhonda Eudaly

Situated at the intersection of four wormhole gates, Tarbox Station plays an important—and unique—part in the operations of the United System Concorde. Originally built by the Aren Empire as a military outpost…

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“Chinese Cooking for Diamond Thieves” is a Sparkling Debut Novel

June 17, 2015 | Posted in MYSTERY/THRILLER | By

Chinese Cooking for Diamond Thieves by Dave Lowry.

Generally I am not a huge fan of the mystery genre of fiction. The only mystery novels I tend to really get into are those which are less “whodunnit” and more about exploring a different culture, field of knowledge, or occupation I’d know very little about otherwise…

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