Salem’s Cipher by Jess Lourey

Midnight Ink September 2016 Jess Lourey’s latest novel, SALEM’S CIPHER, has something to draw in most every reader: mind-bending ciphers that must to be solved, strong protagonists, and truly evil antagonists. I loved this book and I think everyone else will enjoy it just as much as I did, too.  For centuries, the Hermitage Foundation has been working in political backrooms and business boardrooms to take over the world. The Foundation currently exists as a lobbying firm that has their hands in the pockets of very powerful American politicians, and it views women as the greatest threat to its power. The Underground, another centuries old...

Crimespree’s Favorite Reads of 2015 Jan08

Crimespree’s Favorite Reads of 2015

In no particular order: Ava Black: THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN – Paula Hawkins THE DAMNED – Andrew Pyper TWISTED – Andrew Kaufman A DARK LURE – Loreth Anne White EVERY FIFTEEN MINUTES – Lisa Scottoline THE DARKEST HEART – Dan Smith NEW YORKED – Rob Hart Ayo Onatade: My favourite books of 2015 are a varied bunch. They are as follows fiction and non-fiction in no particular order and mainly as I have remembered them. Fiction PLEASANTVILLE by Attica Locke (Serpent’s Tail) THE TRUTH AND OTHER LIES by Sascha Arango (Simon and Schuster) THE KILLING KIND by Chris Holm (Mulholland Books) A SONG OF SHADOWS by John...

Andrew Grant Interviewed by Stormtrooper

In this Lego interview Andrew Grant is quizzed about his new book FALSE POSITIVE by Stormtrooper # FN69347. Andrew is quite patient with him, Neither Andrew or FN69347 found the droids they were looking for. Click on photos to see them larger