The June 27, 2015 issue of RTE is out and includes fifteen new reviews as well as a new interview:
Rita Mae Brown in the 'Sixty seconds with . . .' interview hot seat:
Reviews this week:
DISCLAIMER Renée Knight Reviewed by Yvonne Klein
Catherine Ravenscroft idly opens a book she finds on her bedside table
only to discover that it purports to be about her and a secret she has
kept for twenty years.
THE FIXER Joseph Finder Reviewed by Anne Corey
When down on his luck, journalist Rick Hoffman moves back to his rundown
childhood home, where he discovers a hidden fortune and narrowly escapes
death more than once as his search for its origin leads him into an
underworld of crime and murder.
CAFÉ EUROPA Ed Ifkovic Reviewed by Christine Zibas
Set during the prelude to World War I, Budapest is a hot bed of activity
when writer Edna Ferber arrives. While there, she falls in love with the
city, but two murders bring her heartache.
THE HARVEST MAN Alex Grecian Reviewed by Meredith Frazier
Fourth in the series featuring Walter Day, Dr. Kingsley, and the new
Murder Squad of Scotland Yard, THE HARVEST MAN once again sees London
under threat by Jack the Ripper, but now, two more serial killers have
joined Saucy Jack's ranks.
THE LAST BOOKANEER Matthew Pearl Reviewed by Ben Neal
Literary thieves attempts to steal his final novel from an ailing Robert
SIX AND A HALF DEADLY SINS Colin Cotterill Reviewed by Barbara Fister
Someone has sent Dr. Siri an attractive woven skirt from the north of
Laos, but the finger bone sewn into its hem points toward trouble.
INNOCENCE Heda Margolius Kovály Reviewed by Yvonne Klein
In Soviet-controlled Prague, the police investigation into a murder of a
small boy leads to revelations about the spying, informing, and secret
lives of the employees of a cinema
THE ONLY WORDS THAT ARE WORTH REMEMBERING Jeffrey Rotter Reviewed
by PJ Coldren
Rowan Van Zandt tells the story of his family and how they become part
of a bizarre plan to put a rocket into space.
THE UNCANNY READER Majorie Sandor (ed.) Reviewed by Rebecca Nesvet
A time-spanning, global anthology of 'uncanny' fiction, certain to
captivate seasoned and new readers of this 'viral strain' of literature.
FOREST OF FORTUNE Jim Ruland Reviewed by Meredith Frazier
Drug-addict, alcoholic copywriter Pemberton, epileptic Alice, and
gambler Lupita try their luck at overcoming grim pasts and creating
better lives at the haunted Thunderclap Casino.
BITTER CREEK Peter Bowen Reviewed by PJ Coldren
Gabriel DuPre and friends try to find the site of a long ago massacre,
and the reasons behind it.
THE RELUCTANT MATADOR Mark Pryor Reviewed by Sharon Mensing
Marston travels to Spain to locate a friend's daughter and finds himself
in the midst of a human trafficking ring.
EVERY FIFTEEN MINUTES (Audio) Lisa Scottoline Reviewed by Lourdes Venard
In the midst of a divorce, Dr. Eric Parrish finds his week spiraling out
of control as he's besieged by problems, the biggest being the target of
a sociopath out to ruin him.
TAIL GAIT Rita Mae Brown Reviewed by Caryn St Clair
A University of Virginia history professor is found dead on the golf
course. The solution to his murder reaches far back in Virginia history.
THE CORPSE WITH THE SAPPHIRE EYES Cathy Ace Reviewed by Diana Borse
Cait Morgan and Bud Anderson arrive at Castle Llwyd in Wales for a
dream-come-true romantic wedding but all plans are thrown out in the
face of an accidental death that quickly reveals itself as a murder and
a horrific storm that traps everyone involved in the castle for days.
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