Simone St. James has become an auto-buy for me. Her mystery thrillers, horror stories and ghostly tales have all been fantastic. Murder Road was an atmospheric tale about a series of missing person/murders along a stretch of highway in Michigan called Atticus Line. You’ll want to turn the phone of and dive in.
A fellow blogger reviewed The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell and I added it to my library list. I opted for the audio version, since I love listening to the genre. A twisted tale comes to light when an orphan inherits a house in one of London’s posh neighborhoods.
Sophia Rose is here with a review of The Lantern’s Dance by Laurie R. King. Come see why she loved this adventure in the Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes historical mystery series.
Bottle Demon is the sixth audiobook in the Eric Carter, urban fantasy series by Stephen Blackmoore. Narrated by Rudy Sanda, necromancer Eric Carter is back from the dead and Darius, the Djinn is trying to escape his bottle. A fantastic installment in this dark series.
The Lady in Glass and Other Stories by Anne Bishop delivered short stories to delight readers. An all new Meg & Simon story and tales from her other series. A wonderful collection that I enjoyed reading over the span of a week.