Posts Tagged ‘Robert’

Salt CitySalt City by Robert C. Fleet

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Mark Cornell wasn’t your every day private investigator. He was a full-fledged college student working the job on the side for a lawyer hoping to make ends meet. Mark dreams of becoming more than what he is now and knows he’ll achieve his hopes if he keeps trying. Yet when the current assignment he’s working on takes a vicious turn, his entire life changes within the blink of an eye.

Witness to Anne Malloy’s jumping out of a window and plummeting to her death six stories down, Mark realizes that there’s more to his assignment than his boss is letting on. The woman’s husband seems to have more secrets than he’d ever imagined and he, himself, is now a suspect in the crime. It doesn’t matter that he’s innocent. The police are only concerned about the fact that he was in the right place at the wrong time. Furthermore, they’re convinced Mark may know more than he’s actually saying, even if he’s been written off as nothing more than a peeping tom. Read on »


Noah Zarc: Mammoth TroubleNoah Zarc: Mammoth Trouble by D. Robert Pease

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Noah Zarc was born without the use of his legs, yet he does not let this fact deter him from enjoying life to the fullest extent. He harbors a passion for piloting spaceships, a reality that his parents have made possible whenever they travel back through time to save Earth’s animals from dying out completely. You see, the Earth can no longer sustain human life. At least not yet. Not until it’s atmosphere is brought back under control in order to do so, a feat that Noah and his family hope to achieve.

As they travel through space and time acquiring each animal little by little, the family encounters quite a few obstacles along the way. Noah’s mother is kidnapped and taken back in time to Mars by a force they’re not yet sure of. His father, on the other hand, is left stranded in the Ice Age. Read on »