Day By Day Armageddon by J.L. Bourne
Written like a journal:
one man's fight to survive the
growing zombie hoard.
Apocalyptic fiction .... 200 pages .... 3/5 stars.
(There are a few flaws, and the ending felt way too abrupt, but overall a fun zombie read.)
Deadly Dreams by Kylie Brant
Ritual fires. Three cops dead.
Could Risa's psychic dreams help
Det. McGuire solve this case?
Mystery/Suspense .... 325 pages .... 4/5 stars.
(I really like Brant's Mindhunter Series!)
Murder at Half Moon Gate by Andrea Penrose
An inventor's murder
draws Wrexford and Charlotte into
a maze of death and lies.
Historical mystery .... 358 pages .... 5/5 stars.
(I liked this one even better than Murder on Black Swan Lane.)
Cut and Run by Mary Burton
Missing girls, murder,
twin sisters separated at birth...
and one Texas Ranger.
Mystery/Suspense .... 323 pages .... 4/5 stars.
(Thanks for the recommendation, Rachel! I really liked this one.)
Yay for Haiku reviews! All of these sound intriguing but I'm leaning more towards Deadly Dreams. :)ReplyDelete
Kylie Brant has written some fun suspense/mysteries. You should definitely give her a try. :)Delete
I love these reviews and I really need to pull out Murder at Half Moon Gate.ReplyDelete
It's a good one! In fact, I wouldn't mind owning a copy just so I can read it again. :)Delete
I liked DBDA but the series dipped a bit for me over the next two books!ReplyDelete
Some authors just aren't good at sustaining a series. I don't know if I'm going to try the rest or not. But I had fun reading this one. :)Delete
I love these reviews so much :)ReplyDelete
:D Thank you!Delete
I read and liked Murder at Half Moon Gate, but not the others, and they all sound good!ReplyDelete
I got lucky this time around and found some fun books to read. :)Delete
Historicals are my speed, so I'm likeliest to read the Andrea Penrose. But yay for the haiku reviews!ReplyDelete
The Penrose was my favorite! :DDelete
I love your haikus! Murder at Half Moon Gate sounds great.ReplyDelete
It's a really good series with great characters! :)Delete
Zombies, paranormal, historical mystery and contemporary suspense. What's not to love? :DReplyDelete
:D It's a little bit of everything.Delete
Love your haiku reviews! I like the sound of all these books, but especially Deadly Dreams. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Ashley! :)Delete
I am especially interested in reading Penrose and Burton's books. I love your Haiku reviews, Lark.ReplyDelete
Thanks! And both the Penrose and the Burton mysteries are excellent. I think you'd really like them. :)Delete
Yay! So glad you liked it, Lark! I'll have to check out Murder at Half Moon Gate. :)ReplyDelete
I obviously thought it was a good one. :DDelete
Several of these are on my TBR list! Love these haiku reviews :)ReplyDelete