Inspector Ghote's Good Crusade

Inspector Ghote’s Good Crusade is a classic mystery from 1966. Set in India, it is only the second entry in the long-running series. Inspector Ghote of the Bombay Criminal Investigation Division is investigating a murder. The victim was a rich American philanthropist. He died of arsenic poisoning at his homeContinue Reading

Dogs: A Coloring and Activity Book for Kids

So, have you tried everything to get your kids off their phones and tablets? Dogs: A Coloring and Activity Book for Kids will keep your children or grandchildren (ages 4-8) occupied for hours. Only crayons or colored pencils are necessary to color beautiful dogs. Dogs: A Coloring and Activity BookContinue Reading

The Only Child

Can serial killers be identified while still children? A new Korean thriller, The Only Child, attempts to answer that question by merging a family drama with a jailed serial killer’s tale. Beginning with a police procedural investigating a series of arsons, the book then tells the first-person tale of aContinue Reading

Don't Look Down Spotlight and Giveaway

About Don’t Look Down Don’t Look Down (Shadows of New York) Psychological Thriller 2nd in Series Publisher: Thomas & Mercer (February 11, 2020) From the Amazon Charts bestselling author of One Small Sacrifice, a gripping mystery about a sinister murder that everyone wants to stay buried—except one dogged NYPD detective.Continue Reading

Field Guide to Citizen Science

“There will always be more unknown than known, more rocks waiting to be overturned.” To be a part-time scientist, you only need a cell phone and the Field Guide to Citizen Science. SciStarter.org is an online database of more than 1,600 science projects that need help from regular people justContinue Reading

Measure of Malice

A sharpened pickax, a full water butt (barrel), a marline-spike, an obscure poison are all used (or maybe not used) for murder with A Measure of Malice in this new collection of British golden and silver-aged mysteries. Fourteen more intriguing, but unfortunately forgotten, tales from famous (Arthur Conan Doyle) andContinue Reading