Category Archives: fiction

No News Is Bad News by Maureen Milliken

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 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

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 […]