Running Scared (A Shepard & Kelly Mystery – Book 3) by Benjamin Bradley

I read the first two in this series and was more than ready for this third book. Memories of Summer Camp led me to the first book and let me tell you – my camp experience pales in comparison. Nothing this exciting ever happened. In Book 3, the author takes us back to Camp Whispering … Continue reading Running Scared (A Shepard & Kelly Mystery – Book 3) by Benjamin Bradley

Chasing the Edge (Cari Turnlyle Series #1) by Leslie A. Piggott

This first book in a new series has everything needed to get me hooked. The main character, Cari, is a fledgling journalist covering the local sports scene. When she happens to be at a track meet where a student collapses and dies, her investigative skills take off. Set in a university town, the reader is … Continue reading Chasing the Edge (Cari Turnlyle Series #1) by Leslie A. Piggott

Rising Pressure by Leslie Piggott

This is a new author's first work of fiction.  Ms. Piggott has entertained readers with two poetry books, but she may have found her niche with Medical Fiction/Thrillers.  The main character, Dr. Addison Fischer, is a brilliant yet normal scientist dividing her day between her family, her students, and the cut-throat world of research.  What … Continue reading Rising Pressure by Leslie Piggott

Dead In The Water (Book 1 A Trisha Carson Mystery) by Glenda Carroll

Looking for some realistic characters? Start right here with Trisha – she’s not 20, or a size 2 and her life is less than perfect – I really enjoyed her. Having a husband who is a master swimmer, yet myself more of a doggie paddler,  I enjoyed this book letting me see an insider's perspective. … Continue reading Dead In The Water (Book 1 A Trisha Carson Mystery) by Glenda Carroll

Democracy of Dollars: Where Natural and Constitutional Rights Go To the Highest Bidder by Richard Jacobs

This is an intense read.  Not just because of the subject matter but because of the high level research and presentation that went into the book.  I read this book in small batches to give myself time to comprehend and concentrate on the issues addressed.  While the author says, it is not a law or … Continue reading Democracy of Dollars: Where Natural and Constitutional Rights Go To the Highest Bidder by Richard Jacobs