Author Archives: Aymee

I’m Aymee and I’ve had a love affair with the written word from a very young age. Whether it’s fiction, non-fiction, magazine, pamphlet, cookbook, restaurant menu or the back of a cereal box, if it’s in my possession long enough, I’m going to read it. The only thing I love more than reading is sharing my love of a good story with others. Although I’m firmly ensconced in the City of Sin, I’m a homebody who’d rather be baking cookies or digging in my garden rather than chasing the bright lights and excitement of the city.

Swerve by Vicki Pettersson

Swerve by Vicki PetterssonWhen Kristine Rush and her fiancé Daniel set out from Las Vegas for a holiday trip to Lake Arrowhead, California, it starts out like any other trip. Long stretches of hot, sun baked road lay ahead of them. But so does something unexpected. Something terrifying. Something that was going to change their lives forever.
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The Last Vampire by Kathryn Meyer Griffith

The Last Vampire: Author's New Revised Edition by Katherine Meyer GriffithThings have been coming apart for a while now, but every day the earthquakes become stronger, more violent. Coupled with the plague decimating the world’s population, things are looking bleak for the survivors. Unable to make it home to her family before the earthquakes destroy their home, Emma finds herself running for safety with her friend, Larry. But when she loses Larry, too, she is left facing the future alone. But what kind of future does she have left?
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Follow You Home by Mark Edwards

Follow You Home by Mark EdwardsWhat starts out as a grand tour of Europe suddenly turns into a nightmare for Daniel and Laura. When they’re tossed off a train in the middle of nowhere, just inside the Romanian border, everything goes to hell in a handbasket. Discovering they’ve lost their passports, their money, and anything that might help them get home to London, they head for the nearest town. Which is when the weirdness starts. Upon their return to London, they think they’ve put it all behind them… but they’re wrong.
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A Good Killing by Allison Leotta

A Good Killing: A Novel (Anna Curtis Series) by Allison LeottaAnna Curtis, a sex-crimes prosecutor, has enough on her plate. Having just broken off her engagement, all she wants is a little bit of downtime to wrap her head around everything. But when she gets a call from her hometown informing her that her high school coach has been murdered, she is caught by surprise. She is even more shocked to find out her little sister, Jody, is a suspect. What will it take to get to the bottom of it all? And will the town survive the death of their very own hero? Read More »

Treadmill by Warren Adler

Treadmill by Warren AdlerJust when Jack Cooper thinks that everything is going his way, it all comes undone. Within the space of a month, he loses his job, his wife to another man, and his mother to illness. Dejected and alone, he focuses on one thing alone-–his daily workouts at the Bethesda Health Club. Not looking to make friends or find a girlfriend, Cooper is befriended by a mysterious man named Mike Parrish. Read More »

The End of Healing by Jim Bailey

The End of Healing by Jim BaileyDon Newman is a resident physician in one of the city’s most prestigious hospitals. But when a patient, being treated against her will, catches his gaze with her own, he begins to rethink his entire life plan. What if he is on the wrong track and this is not what he is meant to do with his life? Can he justify working the medical system to make good money and rest comfortably on the suffering of others? Read More »

Lightbringer by K. D. McEntire

Lightbringer by K. D. McEntireNo matter how hard she tries or how much she denies the truth, Wendy will never be just an average teenager. Truth is, she can see the ghosts of those who have not passed on, and it is her job to send them into the Light. But when her mother suddenly falls into a coma, Wendy is not so anxious to continue reaping ghosts. Her only goal is to find her mother’s soul and return it to her body before it is too late. Read More »

Human No Longer by Kathryn Meyer Griffith

Human No Longer by Kathryn Meyer GriffithShe had not expected anything more than a well-deserved night out with her husband, but when a bizarre accident leaves her a widow in a coma, Jenny Sanders is forced to rethink her life and everyone in it. When she wakens from the coma, nothing is right. She is edgy, has no appetite and is weirdly sensitive to the sun she once loved. But the biggest shock of all is still to come. Read More »

To The Stars: The Autobiography of George Takei

To The Stars: Autobiography of George Takei (Star Trek: All)Whether you are a Trekkie or not, nearly everyone knows who Mr. Sulu is, but what we do not know is the man behind the character and all the things that shaped his life and made him into the person that he is. I will admit that I rarely watched the original series, although I did love the movies as a kid. That said, I have long been fascinated with all the characters that inhabited that mythical starship simply because they have always been such a visible part of our culture. Read More »

Reaper by K. D. McEntire

Reaper (Lightbringer) by K.D. McEntireSince the death of her mother, Wendy is forced to take over reaping full-time. When she discovers she and her mother were not the only ones in town with their abilities, she is both shocked and curious about her new-found family. However, nothing is as it seems and before long, Wendy finds herself trapped in a web of lies and reeling from a mysterious illness affecting her every action. Will she figure out the truth of it all before it is too late? Read More »

Justice in June by Barbara Levenson

Justice In June by Barbara LevensonScrappy defense attorney Mary Magruder Katz is trying to get her firm the attention it deserves and is off to one heck of a start. Faced with three cases of varying levels of desperation, she finds herself torn between her friend, Judge Liz Maxwell, her boyfriend, Carlos Martin, and a young stranger without anyone to help him. Read More »

Cooler than Blood by Robert Lane

Cooler Than Blood by Robert LaneJake Travis’ past comes back to haunt him when the niece of an acquaintance is kidnapped. When Susan Blake reaches out to him, he feels as though he cannot tell her no, even if it might throw a monkey wrench into his relationship with the lovely Kathleen. Garrett and Morgan return to be his comrades-in-arms in order to bring the girl home. But will they be in time to bring her home alive? Read More »

The Second Letter by Robert Lane

The Second Letter by Robert LaneWhen a letter dating back to the Cold War resurfaces, Jake Travis is called in to retrieve it and bring it back to where it belongs–into the safe hands of the U.S. government. What starts out to be an easy retrieval mission soon turns into something more sinister, and Jake and his friends find themselves tending to a darker, seedier problem before they can even get their hands on the missing letter. Will Jake and his little band of helpers be enough to take this evil down? Read More »

Flawless by Tom Kakonis

Flawless by Tom KakonisLooks can be deceiving, or so the saying goes. And in the case of Michael Woodrow, they are more than just a little misleading. Handsome, successful, seemingly flawless in every way, Michael harbors a very dark secret: he likes to kill women. Read More »

Dreaming Spies by Laurie R. King

Dreaming Spies: A novel of suspense featuring Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes by Laurie R. KingWhen Mary and Sherlock return home from their travels to find a mysterious stone planted in their garden, they begin to believe that an investigation that was considered complete might not necessarily be as finished as they had once thought. Journey with them on a cruise that takes them to Japan, as well as introduces a most mysterious young woman into their company–a young woman who will alter their trip irrevocably. Read More »

A Life Unbroken by K.M. Hewitt

A Life Unbroken (The Alex McKay Series:) (Volume 1) by K.M. HewittAlex McKay does not see herself as being anything special. She is just a botanist studying plants, never mind that they are marijuana plants. When a storm breaks a window in her lab, she rushes out to ensure the safety of her plants and winds up changing the entire course of her life. A chance encounter with a group of men working in a biological weapons lab near her own leaves her fighting for her life. Read More »

Murder at the Book Group by Maggie King

Murder at the Book Group (Book Group Mysteries) by Maggie KingWhat starts out to be a normal, if a bit aggravating, night at the weekly book group meeting, ends in something no one could have ever predicted. When the night’s host, Carlene, is found dead under their own noses, Hazel Rose, co-founder of the group in question, takes it upon herself to figure out what exactly happened. Was it really a suicide, or is something more nefarious afoot? Read More »

Death Takes A Mistress by Rosemary and Larry Mild

Death Takes a Mistress by Rosemary and Larry MildWhen a young British immigrant shows up looking for work, Dan and Rivka Sherman decide she is the perfect fit for the clerk opening at the Olde Victorian Bookstore. Had they known she’d crossed the Atlantic bent on ferreting out her mother’s killer, they might not have been so eager to hire her. But since she is here… what is the harm in helping a girl out, right? Read More »

Death Goes Postal by Larry and Rosemary Mild

Death Goes Postal by Larry and Rosemary MildWhen Dan and Rivka Sherman accept Edythe Bender’s offer to take over the Olde Victorian Bookstore, they know they are in for a lot of work. The stress of running their first business is a given, what was not expected is that they would be smack-dab in the middle of an international murder and theft investigation. Can they help solve the mystery before it is too late? Read More »

Blond Cargo by John Lansing

Blond Cargo by John LansingRetired policeman-turned-private investigator Jack Bertolino is at an impasse. When the daughter of a mafia boss has gone missing, her father comes straight to Bertolino looking to cash in on the favor Jack owes him. Does he follow his gut and help Vincent Cardona, or does he abide by the law and call the cops? Determined to even the playing field and loosen Cardona’s hold on him, Bertolino takes the case. But will it be his last? Read More »