I love a good locked-room mystery and dove into the technothriller, Pryor & Cummings: The GAIA Incident by Rod Pennington, not knowing what to expect. Pennington delivered a suspenseful mystery with interesting characters and plenty of twists. Fans of crime thrillers and technothrillers will want to grab this one.
Brimstone Bound by Helen Harper
Brimstone Bound by Helen Harper, narrated by Ruth Urquhart, introduces the listener to the Supernatural Squad and protagonist Emma Bellamy. Fresh, action-packed and engaging, I am looking forward to more of the Firebrand series.
The Spook Lights Affair by Marcia Muller & Bill Pronzini
Earlier this year I enjoyed the first Carpenter and Quincannon Mystery novel, The Bughouse Affair, by authors Marcia Muller and Bill Pronzini. Set in 1800’s San Francisco it features two detectives and the cases they encounter. I was thrilled to enter their world once again in the Spook Lights Affair. While each can be read as a standalone, there are overall arc threads. Mini review: suspenseful, and engaging with spirited characters. A thoroughly entertaining mystery.
Marcie’s Murder by Michael J. McCann
Marcie’s Murder is the second book, in author Michael J. McCann’s, Donaghue and Stainer Crime Fiction novels and my first time reading his work. I found this to be an entertaining crime novel, with likable characters.