Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Review of Bedroom Games

Bedroom Games


Regina Puckett & 
Charity Parkerson

Reviewed by Author Roy Murry

This novella about a young woman’s fetish of being excited fearfully before having sex with her playmates kept my attention. The protagonist, Pamela, has two male friends with benefits, who must give her a thrill before they can have their way with her.

Each has their turn at rocking her world and thoroughly enjoys the spoils of capturing Pamela off guard. In the background, awaits a man who wants to play for real.

He’s a deranged individual whose wants more than sex and is willing to do anything to get what he wants. When he makes his move after much thought, Pamela’s world is invaded and turned upside down.

If you want to find out what happens and get sexually teased by two writers' collaboration into an erotic fantasy, I recommend this quick read for a steamy adventure.

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Sunday, September 20, 2015

Review of Bang Bang You're Dead

Bang Bang You’re Dead
By Nick Quantrill

Reviewed by Author Roy Murry

This British Collection novel is written in an English dialect which may offend some. However, its reality is compelling.

The life of a released from prison murder is highlighted. He returns to his hometown to find out what happened to his brother, who seemed to have overdosed on drugs.

Unfortunately, his return embeds him in the criminal element he wished to avoid but grew up within. His journey is to free himself from that part and find out what actually happened to his brother.

The dialectic prose may be confusing to some Americans, but the storyline and characters drive this miss-adventure. It is fast-paced, and the personalities are down to earth but somewhat delusional in their concept of what is the good life.

This book will lead into areas that exist in the underbelly of many cities, where power lies in the hands of a few criminals. An adventure I enjoyed reading.

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Sunday, September 13, 2015

Review of The Sun Thief

The Sun Thief (The Theran Chronicles)
By Stephen Jennison Smith

Reviewed by Roy Murry

Will history repeat itself in the future?  In some ways, it has in the present where the weak are controlled by the powerful.

Lizzie is taken from her world and put into slavery in another. Her journey is to get back home. Like Dorothy in the Oz, her home is only a portal away. Finding the way is a little more complicated for Lizzie. She can’t just click her heels.

Mr. Smith’s first book in a series is a little slow at the beginning because he is setting up the world as it is in this fiction with some present-day themes. It may be difficult for the reader to understand the fictional terrain, but it is worth the effort.

Lizzie’s adventure goes through lands with strange characters that are different. She is a learning curve that should lead her home.

Taking that journey with her leaves you in a conundrum. Will then end be the end? Stephen has let you hanging, wanting more, as a good first book in a series should do.

The prose is colorful and easy to follow after you connect the names. The storyline does draw you in.

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Sunday, September 6, 2015

Review Of DCI Jones Casebook: Raymond Collins

The DCI Jones Casebook:
Raymond Collins

By Kerry J Donovan

This is a fast-paced police story a la TV’s Law and Order without the Order. You see part of the crime; the chase is on, and then the criminal is abducted with some police blood lost.

The case is simple enough: a man, who has mother issues, kills a woman. In some ways, the young lady has some of his mother’s characteristics. The murder has psychological problems – he talks to his dead mother throughout his miss adventure.   

No frill, character-driven thriller, moves along quickly to a clear conclusion with a few surprises. It’s a good lead into a series because Mr. Donovan has developed his characters to the point that you want to know what will happen to them next.

Casebook: There will be new cases that the English police unit led by DCI Jones will investigate coming out. I’ll be looking for them to put on my Kindle.

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