Review: “Cry to Me” by J.A. Schneider

Fast moving, ominous, and overflowing with breathless suspense, “Cry to Me” sweeps you up on the first page and doesn’t set you back down until the hurricane has passed. About the Book Liddy Bell shot her husband – or did she? In the middle of a party she’s giving with her guests just feet away? Liddy’s sister…

Review: “Die Next” by Jonathan Stone

The son of wealthy parents, Zack’s never wanted for anything, including purpose or ambition. Hired assassin Joey Richter’s never had anything in his life, not even meaningful connections to other people. But that’s all about to change when they mistakenly swap cell phones. “Die Next” by Jonathan Stone is a fast-paced technothriller that will have…