Guest Post: Co-Authors Anne Rothman-Hicks and Kenneth Hicks.

Weave a Murderous Web is a mystery novel by Anne Rothman-Hicks and Kenneth Hicks. In this guest post, they talk about their lives and their books.   We both have a thing about New York City. Anne was born here and she never would have left except that her parents dragged her off to what … Continue reading Guest Post: Co-Authors Anne Rothman-Hicks and Kenneth Hicks.

Guest Post: Carolyn Arnold – Writing Serial-Killer Fiction.

As a lover of the TV shows like "Criminal Minds," you'd think that I would be more of a crime fiction reader; but actually, I hardly ever read this genre. So when I received this offer to put up a guest post about writing serial-killer fiction by author Carolyn Arnold, I jumped at the opportunity. … Continue reading Guest Post: Carolyn Arnold – Writing Serial-Killer Fiction.

Old Conspiracies, New Sins

Book Review of "Yom Killer" by Ilene Schneider (Rabbi Aviva Cohen Mystery #3) Yes, Rabbi Aviva Cohen is back, and she is just as feisty as ever. This time, when her mother lands in the hospital in a chemically induced coma after a fall in her assisted living facility, something doesn't seem quite right. However, … Continue reading Old Conspiracies, New Sins

Progress per traditionem.

Book Review of "Different Class" by Joanne Harris. Much to the chagrin and worry of the aging Latin Master, Mr. Straightly, John Harrington is back at St. Oswald's, but this time he's not a student; he's the new Head. Harrington has some ideas of how he wants to bring St. Oswald's into the 21st century, … Continue reading Progress per traditionem.

Marshmallow Mayhem Blitz

Buy it now on Amazon for 99 Pennies…or read for FREE with Kindle Unlimited.   Blurb: In this sequel to BANANA BAMBOOZLE, all Cassidy Dunne wants is a road trip to bond with her niece and some gooey campfire s’mores. What she gets is an extra serving of mayhem — marijuana brownies, creepy locals, an … Continue reading Marshmallow Mayhem Blitz

Dangerous Reunions

Book Review for "Run you Down" by Julia Dahl. The sudden death of Pessie Goldin never received any publicity, despite her being a young mother. That's mostly because she's a member of the ultra-orthodox (Haredi) community of Roseville, and they officially declared it an accident. However, her husband Levi is suspicious about the circumstances, and … Continue reading Dangerous Reunions

The Mystery of Christopher Marlowe

Book Review of "Tamburlaine Must Die" by Louise Welsh. During the Elizabethan era, Christopher Marlowe was a famous and popular playwright, but today when we think of that time, practically the only writer that comes to mind is Shakespeare. One reason for this could be Marlowe's untimely and early death, at the height of his … Continue reading The Mystery of Christopher Marlowe

Illusions and Elusions

Book Review of "The Magician's Lie" by Greer Macallister. It is 1905 and the woman they call the Amazing Arden is a magician whose fame is on the rise. After her last show, they find a dead man and identify him as her husband; of course, she is the first suspect for this murder. Officer … Continue reading Illusions and Elusions

The Distinguished Thing

Book Review for "Curtain Call" by Anthony Quinn. London, the summer of 1936, and things seemed to be changing at an alarming rate - not always for the better. One of the less pleasant things happening was the discovery of two women, strangled by the murderer they called the "Tie-Pin Killer" due to his gruesome … Continue reading The Distinguished Thing

Rabbi Aviva Cohen is Solving Murders Again!

Book Review of "Unleavened Dead" (Rabbi Akiva Cohen Mystery #2) by Rabbi Ilene Schneider. Those of you who have read Ilene Schneider’s first book – Chanukah Guilt – will remember our beloved Rabbi Aviva Cohen. She’s the unruly-haired, rotund rabbi of the small, Walford New Jersey synagogue 'Mishkan Or,' who has been divorced twice, and … Continue reading Rabbi Aviva Cohen is Solving Murders Again!