Online Issue 14

Author Lee Murray talks about her novel, Into the Sounds, and how traveling has shaped her life and writing, the actor she'd pick to play her protagonist for the series and her faithful author assistant, Bella. Stuart R. West drops by to talk about his faithful companion, Zak, and his novels Secret Society (which may be one of … Continue reading Online Issue 14


Review: Salt by Hannah Moskowitz

The teenage years can be tough enough. Kids must find their way, determine the right path for their future, and many will fail to fulfill their parents' expectations in the process. When you add in the fact that Indi's parents are missing and presumed dead and he is one of four siblings, including one sibling … Continue reading Review: Salt by Hannah Moskowitz

Review: The Middleman by Olen Steinhauer

Reviewed by Theodore Feit (Note: This title was previously reviewed by Sandra Ruttan here) A thriller wrapped in a mystery which cannot make up its mind where it is going, or even coming from.  At the heart of the plot, Special Agent Rachel Proulx of the FBI is studying and preparing a report on terrorist groups.  Consequently, … Continue reading Review: The Middleman by Olen Steinhauer

Review: Walking Shadows by Faye Kellerman

Reviewed by Theodore Feit After 35 years with the LAPD, Peter Decker took his well-earned pension and a supposedly softer job in a small town in upstate New York.  So much for wishes.  Now two years later and a homicide in each, he now has a third, when residents complain about vandalism, and a body is discovered in … Continue reading Review: Walking Shadows by Faye Kellerman

Review: Robert B. Parker’s Colorblind by Reed Farrel Coleman

Reviewed by Theodore Feit One would not expect racial unrest in the sleepy town of Paradise, MA, but Jesse Stone and his cops have their hands full.  To begin with, a black woman is assaulted in a neighboring town and it is made to look like a murder that occurred in Paradise years before.  The woman was in a relationship … Continue reading Review: Robert B. Parker’s Colorblind by Reed Farrel Coleman

Review: Creatures of Want and Ruin by Molly Tanzer

What if the scariest childhood stories you ever read were real? What if the horrors that haunted those pages stepped into your adult world and threatened to destroy your home and family - everything you've ever loved? Would you have the courage to face your fears and find a way to conquer your fears and … Continue reading Review: Creatures of Want and Ruin by Molly Tanzer

Online Issue 12: Zombie Cat

Lots of good stuff in this issue, as well as some news, so let's get to it.   Willie Davis chats about his novel Nightwolf. Davis has some keen insights about the benefits of being an author, a razor sharp wit and some interesting anecdotes to share. Plus, there are links to where you can … Continue reading Online Issue 12: Zombie Cat