Vengeance is Now by Scott D Roberts


Vengeance is Now


From start to finish I couldn’t put the book down, I had to know what happened next for our former cop turned lovely PI, Tate Holloway. Things just seemed to go from bad to worse as it became a game of cat and mouse. Tate’s partner, Jack, was killed by a serial killer named The Eye and Tate has never been able to live it down. Now, a few years after, on the anniversary date of Jack’s death another victim is brutally murdered. Authorities suspect a copycat killer, not The Eye himself. Evidence shows Tate was there when the murder took place and now he is running for dear life. Tate must try to figure out who set him up before he ends up taking the fall for every murder done by The Eye. Tate is running out of time and what he discovers may very well be the end of him!

The Accidental Exorcist by Joshua Graham



The Accidental Exorcist

Review: Disclaimer: I received an ebook in exchange for an honest review.

The Exorcist types always freak me out to read but prove to be worth the scare in the end to read. The truth behind what you believe in, the demons that exist and the faith to confront them. A true challenge for Forensic Psychiatrist Abigail Lee because at first she is not sure of what she believes in until she is faced with Cheryl Morgan. The Cheryl Morgan case dealt with the mother being possessed by a demon that caused her to kill her 3 children. Abigail is seeking answers and asks for advice from mentor & Professor Freidrich Koehler but ultimately she has to decide what she believes in and her time is running out. After a frantic call from Father Thomas McGhee, Abigail must come face to face with Legion, the demon, but will she find her faith in time to save the father’s life? Her own life? and Cheryl Morgan’s soul?

Beautiful things and How to ignore them by Sam Kuban


Beautiful things and How to ignore them

Review: Disclaimer: I received this free Ebook in return for an honest review.

13 different townspeople go through awful, painstaking deaths in this twisted and dark yet beautifully written poetry. Each poem has its own unique form when telling the tale of these 13 grim fates.

At the Confessional and other Calamities by Belangela G. Tarazona


Review: Disclaimer: I received an ebook in exchange for an honest review.

10 year old Caridad is very smart and loves to read. She also has a best friend named Eva. And is often picked on by a bully named Nazaret. One day her mother tells her that she will be given the task of taking Granny Piedad to mass. Curiosity strikes Caridad because this was once her older sister, Dolores’s responsibility and now it is hers. Caridad begins confessing her sins every Sunday just like her granny has instructed her to do despite the embarrassment she feels if she is caught. Sooner rather than later Caridad finds herself confronted by some life altering changes like finding out why Dolores was sent to live with Granny Mildred, having to make up sins because she has run out of her own and finding out the truth about her best friend Eva. Caridad is thrown into a spiral of life’s challenges but is she willing to protect her best friend even if it means living with a lie?

Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson



Review: Honestly, yes the cover and the title is what sold me on getting this book but I did find it in my Entertainment magazine. I was really quite impressed with this story and I’m glad I read it before it becomes film. This had me thinking about how much we are so dependent on technology and just what can happen when things go wrong. Some of the descriptions are a bit graphic but I think that’s the best part. That’s the point.