Review: Day Shift by Charlaine Harris

[divider] drey’s thoughts: The Plot: Manfred Bernardo’s in the middle of a personal reading when his client drops dead. She leaves behind an unhinged son who’s accused Manfred of 1) killing her, and 2) stealing her jewelry. Before he knows it, Manfred’s buried in journalists, and worried it’s all going to kill his reputation. All[…]

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TLC Book Tour: L.A. Rotten by Jeff Klima

drey’s thoughts: The Plot: Ex-convict tries to keep his head down as he does his job cleaning crime scenes, but his brain starts chugging when he notices a commonality in one of the locations he’s cleaning. Putting clues together leads him to suspect that there’s one killer here, but he doesn’t go to the police.[…]

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Review: The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson

[divider] drey’s thoughts: The Plot: A man finds out his wife is cheating on him, and ruminates while drunk, with a stranger, whether he should kill her for the betrayal. Yeah, not smart, but the stranger’s beautiful, makes a pretty compelling argument, and offers to help plan the perfect murder. Mostly because she’s beautiful. Anyway.[…]

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Review: The Valley by John Renehan

[divider] drey’s thoughts: John Renehan’s debut The Valley is a gripping, engrossing story. Lt. Black is pushing paper in Afghanistan when he’s tagged to investigate an incident, one that’s supposedly fill-out-and-file-the-paperwork easy. Only thing is, he has to get to a remote outpost to interview the soldiers involved. Once he’s there though, nothing’s as he[…]

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