Cover Reveal – Lawyers, Guns, and Money

From The Booking Desk: The trend of having short story anthologies centered around the songs of a specific performer doesn’t appear to be ending anytime soon. These unique prompts seem to bring about a wide variety of extremely high-quality stories. Art...

The Secrets We Share – The BOLO Books Review

After three excellent books in his Hester Thursby series, Edwin Hill is now releasing a tangentially connected standalone novel called The Secrets We Share, which further elevates his storytelling prowess – entrancing readers and leaving them anxious for more. Natalie...

Nine Lives – The BOLO Books Review

Peter Swanson is one of those writers who can grab a reader’s attention simply with the briefest of plot descriptions. For example: a killer is recreating murders from classic crime novels (Eight Perfect Murders). Or a woman swaps homes with a distant cousin who might...

Secret Identity – The BOLO Books Review

Alex Segura’s career path in crime fiction – while enviable – is the result of hard-work and determination bolstered by a truly exuberant personality and genuine respect for those he has met along the journey. When his new novel, Secret Identity, hits the shelves next...

Like A Sister – The BOLO Books Review

Some people are just born storytellers, able to craft narratives that feature fascinating characters in compelling plots with an ease that seems magical. Add Kellye Garrett to that list. After two nearly perfect light-hearted cozy mysteries, Garrett turns her pen to...

Run, Rose, Run – The BOLO Books Review

James Patterson is a legend of the crime fiction genre. Whether readers enjoy his books or not, there is no denying that his philanthropic contributions to independent bookstores across the country has helped many of them weather difficult times. His output of work is...