Mid Month Means Mini Reviews! Here is a handful of books I have read so far this month!
When a 16 year-old student from a private school shows up at Stephen Moran’s office with some info on a cold case, he sees this as his opportunity to finally get onto the murder squad. He teams up with a cranky member of the murder squad and heads over the school to get to the bottom of this cases. Unfortunately all of the evidence leads back to Holly, the girl who brought in the card. And Holly is the daughter of a cop.
1927 was quite the year. Lindberg landed in Paris, Babe Ruth was hitting home runs, Al Capone ramped up his reign of terror on Chicago, The Jazz Singer was released (the first talking motion picture), and Ruth Snyder caused a sensation in the papers after murdering her husband (along with her lover). And that is not even the half of it, all told with Bill’s dry humor.
Will Rhodes is on a travel writing writing assignment in Argentina when he is approach (and attacked) by two CIA agents who need his help. Since he is already jet-setting around the world why not collect some info on the side? Things go off the rails soon after. Is Will really working for the CIA? What is his wife hiding? And what the hell is his boss up to?
Micah grew up listening to his grandfather’s stories about Circus Mirandus. A Circus full of real magic, mystical creatures, and the most powerful magician ever. That magician owes Grandpa a miracle and Micah is determined to make the Lightbringer keep his promise.