Timy reviews The Cloisters, a standalone mystery/thriller novel by Katy Hays.
Timy reviews Rich Men, Dead Men, the first book in Michael Dylan’s crime thriller series, DI Simon Wise.
Jen and Timy reviews Dyer Street Punk Witches, the latest standalone Urban Fantasy novel from the Ordshaw series by Phil Williams. We also have an extra treat for those who stick around until the end of the review!
Timy reviews Incy Wincy, the second book in the Mal & Jackie Mystery/Thriller series by RJ Dark.
Jen and Timy review Kept From Cages, the first book in the Ikiri duology by Phil Williams, also set in the Ordshaw universe.
Timy reviews The Last House on Needless Street, Catriona Ward’s Horror novel, published by Viper.
Timy reviews The Lighthouse Witches, C.J. Cooke’s Mystery/Thriller/Literary Fiction novel, which is out now by HarperCollins.
This is a book best savored like a good wine, letting it slowly dance across your palate to drop a fiery, welcomed warmth down your throat. A warmth that settles in your core and awakens your thirst for the next glass. Like Krait, you’ll be eager to take that next sip and quickly run to open the next installment of The Serpent Knight Saga.
This past week we gave you a Psychic Thriller, The Faith Machine by Tone Milazzo. As usual, our Roadies brought a wide selection of content to this show and once again, it’s my pleasure to bring you the encore.