No News Is Bad News by Maureen Milliken

No News Is Good News

They thought he’d been shot by a deer hunter, and his body was butchered just like you’d cut up a deer in the woods, but that grisly discovery was only the beginning in a complex web of intrigue that will keep you reading well into the night. Maureen Milliken, the editor of the Morning Sentinel […]

Another great novel by Kate Flora

Kate Flora Playing God

  Kate Flora is one of my favorite writers, and not just because she helped retired game warden Roger Guay with his wonderful new book, A Good Man with a Dog. While her novels are at the top of my favorites list, Kate’s 2015 true crime book, Death Dealer, is also remarkable. It’s about the […]

Cold Blood, Hot Sea by Charlene D’Avanzo

Cold Blood Hot Sea

Charlene D’Avanzo has come up with a clever and entertaining way to teach us something about climate change: a novel featuring an intriguing who-done-it, plenty of tension, and a compelling story that kept me glued to the book for two evenings. Cold Blood, Hot Sea, published by Torrey House Press, puts oceanographer Mara Tusconi in […]