A Hint of Murder - Review by QBR fan Mel
I've just reviewed a great mystery anthology by Lia Fairchild
I loved these three mysteries. They keep you guessing and involved as a reader right up till the end.
Loved the characterisation throughout from the author Alicia Fairchild who is in emotional turmoil. Through to the bouncer, Bobby Crane who is about to achieve his lifetime's ambition to be a singer, when the police arrive to question him about a murder. Entertaining reads that will keep you on the edge of your seat between longer novels.
Eddie's Shorts Vol. III by M. Edward McNally - Reviewed by Alex Canton-Dutari
"….Apparently tropical fish have a low tolerance for Russian alcohol." This phrase exemplifies Ed's wit and ease in writing.
The beginning of the story took me a bit by surprise. I thought that the plot was going to deal with historical politics, especially with a hint of a very close relationship between Grover Cleveland and the narrator. The truth is that it was so…
I found the story quite original and entertaining. And the dialogues are always catching.
Well, I'm a fan of this author.
The F Word (Tales of a Fat Girl) by Gregg Alison Suchow - A review from QBR fan Honna
This is a really fun book, a quick read of short tales. The author speaks of going through life in a plus size body. An honest, heartwarming, funny read for women of all shapes and sizes. It's on sale on amazon for kindle and barnes and noble for nook. $2.99 and has 5 star reviews online to check out. It's a girlie book with an edge!