Fade to Black by Heather Graham is the twenty-fourth Krewe of Hunters novel. Don’t let that scare you because each of the books will work as a standalone. A murder-mystery will keep you guessing in this paranormal romantic suspense as sexy, PI Bryan McFadden returns to keep an actress safe. Narrated by Luke Daniels, Graham delivered a predictable yet delightful tale.
Head On by John Scalzi is the companion follow up to Lock In which I equally loved. Humor, suspense, murder and a world filled with Hadens’ await you in this fast-paced addictive tale.
Witch Slapped by Danielle Garrett is the third book in the Beechwood Harbor Magic Mystery series. Once again I listened to the narrations of Amanda Ronconi. Our heroine, exiled witch, Holly Boldt soon finds herself in a heap of trouble.
I finally caught up on the InCryptid series, but the release of Tricks for Free by Seanan McGuire fell during Take Control, so I had to wait until April to enjoy it. McGuire has created a unique urban fantasy surrounding the Price family and this time we are with Antimony Price who is on the run from the Covenant of St. George and hiding at a theme park in sunny Florida.
Storm Front written by Jim Butcher and narrated by James Marsters introduced the world and the wizard, Harry Dresden, as he solved a murder mystery that everyone thinks he committed.
Chaos Choreography by Seanan McGuire the fifth book in the InCryptid series. This urban fantasy series revolves around the Price family. Murder, dance-offs and new cryptid friends made for an addictive listen.
Blood Orbit by K.R. Richardson delivered a vibrant, off-planet science-fiction police procedural novel. A cyber Forensic Officer and a rookie cop team up to solve a mass-murder mystery that quickly places them in danger. Failure is not an option. Political agendas and suspense await you in this riveting novel.