The Bughouse Affair by Marcia Muller and Bill Pronzini
Set in the 1890’s former Pinkerton operative and ex-secret service agent set up their own detective agency. Their current case brings them in contact week a bughouse Sherlock Holmes. This is a firm read and if you are a Sherlock Holmes fan don’t miss it!
Crystal Singer by Anne McCaffrey
Good Si-fi, Entertaining, and Vivid imagery
Suspect by Robert Crais
It about Maggie a German shepherd whose owner got killed in Afghanistan Maggie survived 3 tours in Iran and Afghanistan sniffing out explosives. She has PTSD and so does her new owner. They work s together as pack.
Life of Pi by Yann Martel
This is a most significant book. It is an allegory full of symbolism and religion. It is a lesson as to just how far one can go against one’s beliefs when it is a case of survival.
Passion Untamed by Pamela Palmer
Pamela Palmer takes the true animal side show in all her characters. Mildly intimidating while still erotic these books make fantasy reality.
Lover at Last by JR Ward
Great series all around. Also tackled same sex controversy in a fun, exciting manner.
Nerd in Shining Armor by Vicki Lewis Thompson
Who can make a nerd sound hot? Vicki Lewis Thompson can. The story (as well as her series) is both funny and page turning.
Shadow Rising by Kendra Leigh Castle
Great twist on classical vampire romance. Very unpredictable that keeps your interest from page 1 to page 300.
House Rules by Jodi Picoult
This story deals with two brothers Jacob has Asperger’s syndrome and is interested in crime scenes. His brother Theo and his mother have to work together when Jacob is accused of murder. Great family ties.