annreader

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Smashwords book reviews by annreader

  • The Rozar Park Mystery on March 11, 2018

    This is a good story and worth the time to read. However, there are areas of awkwardness in the flow of the story which slows down the experience. I plan on following this author.
  • Invitation to Die (The Killing Game--Book 1) on July 05, 2018

    This is an interesting book. I would like to read more by this author.
  • The Stranger In The Mirror on July 06, 2018

    This is a sample.
  • Iceman on July 25, 2019

    I enjoyed this book. It is old but still very readable. The story is complete in itself but I wanted to know more.
  • Encrypted on Aug. 03, 2019

    A readable combination of romance and fantasy with some of the feel of Indiana Jones.
  • Junkyard (a Fractured Stars adventure) on Aug. 03, 2019

    A short mystery story featuring a private investigator who avoids dealing with people and a foppish android assistant. Part of a series, the story stands on its own. Amusing.
  • The Doppelganger Gambit on Aug. 06, 2019

    Very satisfying mystery set in a space going future. I have read this before and it is just as good as the first time. Few books hold up like this. There are several other books in the series which are not listed in the Brill/Maxwell link. I believe the next is “Spider Play.” Look for it, too.
  • Spider Play on Aug. 08, 2019

    Excellent! A great mystery in Topeka and a space station with two interesting detectives. Now if I can find the next book in the series...
  • Aftershock on Aug. 08, 2019

    29 pages. A very good short story but not worth $5.99.
  • Murder Under Construction on Aug. 08, 2019

    I really enjoyed this book. It is well written and not in any way cliched. I am looking forward to the next in series.
  • Murder Is Where the Heart Is on Aug. 08, 2019

    Very good book. Lots of fun.
  • Murder Welcomes You to Buxley on Aug. 08, 2019

    Very enjoyable cozy mystery series although the author sometimes loses me in blending memory with narrative. It is sort of a “Huh?” reaction which requires backtracking my reading.