[REVIEW] Raft of Stars – by Andrew J. Graff

RAFT OF STARS – by Andrew J. Graff Published by Ecco / Available March 2021 Verdict: 4 out of 5 ~ Overview: After a domestic shooting, two friends escape to the woods of Wisconsin to follow the river away from their homes. Four adults soon give chase, racing against time to reach the boys before…

[REVIEW] Every Last Fear – by Alex Finlay

EVERY LAST FEAR – by Alex Finlay Published by Minotaur Books / Available March 2021 Verdict: 4.5 out of 5 ~ Overview: A family is discovered dead in Mexico, seemingly killed by a gas leak. Except for the father, who is in pieces outside. Two sons remain; one in prison for a murder he did…

REVIEW: Holes in the Veil – by Beth Overmyer

HOLES IN THE VEIL – by Beth Overmyer Published by Flame Tree Press / Available February 2021 Verdict: 3 out of 5 ~ Overview: Holes in the Veil continues the journey of Aidan Ingledark and his pursuit of the Goblets Immortal. Now in possession of a map leading to the whereabouts of the Questing Goblet,…

[REVIEW] The Lost Village – by Camilla Sten

THE LOST VILLAGE – by Camilla Sten (Translated by Alexandra Fleming) Published by Minotaur Books / Available March 2021 Verdict: 4 out of 5 ~ Overview: In 1959, an entire village of people disappeared. Sixty years later, documentary filmmaker Alice Lindstedt takes a small crew to old mining town in search of answers. It takes…

[REVIEW] Milk Teeth – by Wren Pasdot

MILK TEETH By Wren Pasdot Self-Published Available January 2021 Milk Teeth is something else. Let me first say don’t be turned off by the synopsis on Amazon, which may lead you to believe a child wrote this story. Pasdot just begins that section of the listing with the kind of backwoods language you’ll find the…

[REVIEW] Black Coral – by Andrew Mayne

BLACK CORAL (Underwater Investigation Unit, #2) By Andrew Mayne Published by Thomas and Mercer Available February 2021 Though Black Coral is book two in a series, the Underwater Investigation Unit does not necessarily need to be read in order. Despite having not read the first book, The Girl Beneath the Sea, I didn’t have any…