Review: “The Daylight Marriage” by Heidi Pitlor

Daylight: “Knowledge or understanding of something that has been obscure.” Plot Overview Hannah and Lovell’s marriage is anything but ideal – or happy. He’s a climate scientist, immersed in his career to the point that he never puts work away, even when he’s home. She’s a mother to their children, fifteen year old Janine and…

Review: “Signatures” by James A. Hetley

Urban fantasy. Noir mystery. A gritty narrator whose brand of sarcastic humor keeps you entertained. Welcome to “Signatures,” the newest release by author James A. Hetley. About the Book John Patterson is a retired detective turned private investigator. He’s also a wizard, one of the many found working for local and state police departments, as…

Review: “The Lost and the Blind” by Declan Burke

In “The Lost and the Blind,” Declan Burke weaves plot twist after plot twist together to create a thriller full of mystery and intrigue. About the Book It’s the financial crisis of 2008, and Ireland’s economy is “wobbling on a foundation of sand, spit and next year’s hopes.” Irish-American billionaire Shay Govern has just received…