Review: Wrong Light by Matt Coyle

Wrong Light is the 5th book in the Rick Cahill series about a former policeman and now much-maligned private investigator. It was nominated for a Lefty Award as well as a Shamus Award.Book DetailsTitle: Wrong LightAuthor: Matt CoylePages: 352Published Date: Dec 2018Publisher: Oceanview PublishingSeries Details: 5th book in the Rick Cahill seriesAuthor Website: A HardcopyBuy Continue Reading

Review: The Dark Fantastic by Stanley Ellin

Book DetailsTitle: The Dark FantasticAuthor: Stanley EllinPages: 320Published Date: 1983Publisher: Mysterious PressSeries Details: 2nd book in the John Milano seriesBuy A HardcopyBuy eBookRead Online for FreePublisher’s SynopsisIn a desolate part of Brooklyn, a retired history professor plots mass murderThe withered old man speaks into a tape recorder. This is not a confession, he Continue Reading

Review: Foursome by Jeremiah Healy

This is the 8th book in the John Cuddy private investigator series and this case takes him from his usual haunts of Boston up north into the serene beauty of the Maine North Woods. As with the other books in the series the plot is tight the writing is vivid Continue Reading

Review: The Widening Gyre by Robert B. Parker

This is the 10th book in the Spenser series featuring the hardboiled private investigator from Boston. In this episode, the relationship between Spenser and his girlfriend Susan Silverman has hit something of a speed bump and he takes a somewhat unusual case working security for a politician. The book was nominated Continue Reading

Review: Swan Dive by Jeremiah Healy

This is the 4th book in the John Cuddy private investigator series and it displays Cuddy in all of his vengeful best as he takes some retribution for some deplorable behavior on behalf of his client. The story is fast-paced and violent and secures the series as a must-read for Continue Reading

Review: Broken Places by Tracy Clark

BRoken Places is the introduction to Cass Raines, a tough, no-nonsense investigator who has recently left the force after a shooting incident. She finds herself with a number of enemies in the police force but also uses her great investigative assets to ensure she is a fascinating character. The book earned Continue Reading

Review: Flood by Andrew Vachss

This is the first book in the Burke series and introduces the New York based private investigator who has set himself up as a scam artist who also offers his services as a private detective. He is based in New York City and has a wide range of contacts and Continue Reading

Review: Night Tremors by Matt Coyle

Night Tremors continues to follow Rick Cahill who, in the first book in the series worked at the La Jolla Police Department before he was accused of murdering his wife. In this book, he is employed as a private investigator but still carries the taint of a murderer along with Continue Reading

Review: Blunt Darts by Jeremiah Healy

John Cuddy is a Boston-based private investigator who used to work as an investigator for an insurance company before he was fired when he refused to sign off for a jewel-theft claim that had not been investigated. This show of morality sums up the man who is also still grieving Continue Reading