Murder on Spyglass Lane by J.M. Griffin
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
From an early age, Sarah McDougall has been clairvoyant; though she won’t admit to that fact. Her visions frighten her and she detests the moments when they creep upon her so unexpectedly. Those very visions are the reason behind her having moved from Massachusetts to Florida as she couldn’t prevent the death of a very good friend of hers. Nor could she stop people from implicating her in the murder. While the visions have proved handy in the past, they’re the one thing she wishes she could do without.
While on a nightly stroll with her dog, Sparky, Sarah is stung with the rise of a new vision. It doesn’t help that her dog knows something is amiss. The vision soon proves to be true when the body of a woman is discovered in a sand trap near the golf course behind her home. From that moment on, she knows she’ll never be able to outrun her uncanny gifts. Read on »
Shadow on the Wall by Pavarti K. Tyler
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
For as long as he can remember, Recai Osman has been the keeper of secrets. Secrets that have bogged him down to the point that he’s wished for death in more ways than one. Throughout his entire life, he’s lost his loved ones and every remnant of his life. He’s clamored many times for release from the earthly realm he lives in, but Allah has other ideas. Recai is meant for many things and Allah’s will must be done.
Witnessing atrocities committed against him and his people, Recai has no other course of action but to come to the aid of those who need it. To do that, he’ll need to take matters into his own hands and rise from the dead. He’s failed to save those to close him in the past and he’s not sure if he can live up to the standards Allah has set before him. Yet part of him wonders if he can do just that. Read on »
On A Moonlit Night by Adrianna White
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
We meet Emily Johansson, who’s out with her friends celebrating her acceptance into The College of Charleston. She’s young, vibrant, and quite ready to tackle life as it comes her way.
Her brother, and her friends, have always been there for her, ready to give her a helping hand whenever she needs it. They’ve been able to overcome the death of their parents at such a young age, yet they’ve never been able to understand the actual cause of their murders.
Falling prey to those that seek to do her harm, Emily’s saving grace is a man she meets within a dark alley. There are also others watching her every move, eager to spring at any given notice. Read on »