“The Plot to Save America” by Avraham Azrieli

“The Plot to Save America,” is a fast-paced cautionary tale, a bit of a satire and a wildly imaginative alternative history. It is springtime, 2024 – the January 6, 2021insurrection succeeded – the rioters broke through, captured and killed Vice President Pence, set the Capitol on fire, where half of congress died, and the other half, (mostly Republican) were put in detention. By using Hollywood effects, and lots of repetitive perjury, the riot was blamed on BLM and Antifa, and martial law has been in place ever since. … More “The Plot to Save America” by Avraham Azrieli

“When You Leave Me” by Susan Wingate

Susan Wingate is a gifted writer. With her powerful prose and storytelling prowess, “When You Leave Me,” captured my attention as soon as I started reading. I instantly felt a connection to this place and the people. I really enjoyed getting caught up in both the vibrant descriptions of the island and the cast of quirky characters. … More “When You Leave Me” by Susan Wingate

“Gag Me: A Friday Harbor Novel” by Susan Wingate

It started at Lubos. The noxious smell, Winsey’s relentless chatter, and the gargoyle at the end of the bar who was eyeballing you. You’d politely asked Winsey to shut the eff up (you have Aspergers, and thus, no filter) because her complaining bordered on petulance, and you’d had enough. After saying goodbye, you fled the bar, looking forward to a quiet night at home, binge-watching Law & Order for the umpteenth time and snuggling with your overweight cat. The next thing you know, your phone is lit up by the sheriff, demanding that you come down to the station because Winsey is dead and you’re the number one suspect. … More “Gag Me: A Friday Harbor Novel” by Susan Wingate

“Threads” by Bryan Cassiday

“Threads,” by Bryan Cassiday, is aptly named for the fashion empire within, the pulling of a thread that unravels the whole thing, and the breadcrumbs that slowly weave together the full picture. Scott Brody may at first appear to be your typical private investigator, looking into spousal affairs and other low-level jobs, albeit for mobsters, but “Threads” pulls that entire life apart. … More “Threads” by Bryan Cassiday

“Officers Down” by Eliot Sefrin

“Officers Down” by Eliot Sefrin introduces readers to Matt Holland and Rachel Cook, two of New York Police Department’s beat officers. Matt has been on the force for 16 years and has been highly awarded for his work and dedication to the people of Brownsville, Brooklyn, NY. Rachel is a rookie who has excelled at her studies before going on the streets. Matt and Rachel are paired together so Rachel can learn from one of the best. One tragic moment changed their lives, along with most of New York City. What truly happened and will Matt, Rachel, and New York City overcome this major incident? … More “Officers Down” by Eliot Sefrin

“Dead Man’s Pose” by Susan Rogers and John Roosen

“Dead Man’s Pose” is the first installment of Susan Rogers’ and John Roosen’s new murder mystery series, Yoga Mat Mysteries. Elaina Williams is a popular yoga teacher who enjoys bringing peace and balance into peoples’ lives. One day, she is horrified to find one of her yoga students, Mario Vincente, dead after attending one of her sessions. It soon becomes apparent that Mario’s death was no accident, and Elaina is determined to find out the truth. Together with her attractive friend, Ric Peters, Elaina hopes to uncover the secrets behind Mario’s murder and bring the killers to justice. … More “Dead Man’s Pose” by Susan Rogers and John Roosen