Entries by Alison Risher

Straight for the Kill (Benoit and Dayne Mystery Book 3) by Winter Austin – Review by Alison Risher

Straight for the Kill by Winter Austin My rating: 5 of 5 stars A small rural community tries to withstand well-meaning outsiders. The well-meaning outsiders are uncovering corruption at the highest levels of the county government. Crimes from a quarter-century ago come full circle. It becomes a battle of vengeance versus justice, as both heroes […]

Hanging Softly in the Night: A Detective Nick Larson Novel by Maria Elena Alonso-Sierra – Review by Alison Risher

Hanging Softly in the Night by Maria Elena Alonso-Sierra My rating: 5 of 5 stars This author delivers! The moody and broody detective is the male protagonist. His tortured-by-a-psycho-family-member neighbor is the female protagonist. A murderer is loose in the Big Apple, wreaking havoc. Sparks fly, and suspense abounds, but will the heroes be able […]

Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Alison Risher

Return to Gallanvaig: Beyond A Quirk of Destiny by Catherine Greenall My rating: 5 of 5 stars This book is the reason why post-apocalyptic is quickly becoming my favorite genre of fiction! This story takes place in the aftermath of a world-wide devastating illness. Sounds familiar, right? In a deviation from our all-too-real global pandemic, […]