City of Saviors – The BOLO Books Review

City of Saviors is the fourth book in Rachel Howzell Hall’s critically-acclaimed Elouise “Lou” Norton series. Readers who have followed Lou from her debut in Land of Shadows to Skies of Ash and then through Trail of Echoes will need no further impetus to crack the...

Hollywood Homicide – The BOLO Books Review

Fudge! Hollywood Homicide by Kellye Garrett ends way too quickly. Taking into account the quality of her writing, her flair for the dramatic, and that killer sense of humor, Kellye Garrett could easily be the secret lovechild of Shonda Rhimes and Tyler Perry, but rest...

Down a Dark Road – The BOLO Books Review

Once a reader latches on to a series, they typically remain loyal to both that series and its author. Essentially, this means journeying with a series through the highs and the lows – often beyond the point where everyone involved knows that perhaps it is time for the...

Blame – The BOLO Books Review

Not only is Jeff Abbott’s Blame the most additive thriller of the summer, it also happens to be an astute study of the corrosive nature of blame and the destructive power of its sibling emotion, guilt. Blame is perfect for fans of domestic suspense. It tells the story...

Last Breath – A BOLO Books Short Story Review

In addition to being a very good short story on its own, Karin Slaughter’s Last Breath also happens to be the perfect introduction to the author’s upcoming novel, The Good Daughter. Last Breath familiarizes readers with Charlotte “Charlie” Quinn, a young lawyer...

Black Widow – A BOLO Books “Cold Case” Review

From the Booking Desk: Calling a book that is only a year old a “cold case” may seem odd, but since I typically post reviews before a book is release, for BOLO Books this is a review of an older book. Christopher Brookmyre will be the International Guest...