E M McIntyre


E M McIntyre is the author of the Red King Trilogy. Her first novel, The Phantom of Faerie Mountain won 1st place in YA Fiction for the 2016 Purple Dragonfly awards and Silver placement for YA Mystery in the 2016 Readers’ Favorite awards. E M is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. She lives in Nebraska where she works as a Pediatric Cancer research lab manager. When not daydreaming of magic, mystery, and mischievous characters, E M enjoys gardening and spending time with her crazy pack of Italian greyhounds.

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Smashwords book reviews by E M McIntyre

  • Crime Solver's Detective Agency on Aug. 27, 2015

    This is a fun collection of 4 short mysteries suitable for young to middle grade readers. 12-yr old Karrine and her younger cousin, Jayden, solve mysteries around Karrine's neighborhood. I am far from a young reader, but I thoroughly enjoyed the book and recommend it to any parent looking for a clean, age-appropriate story for their child.
  • Grand Theft Crime Solver's Detective Agency Book 2 on Sep. 07, 2015

    Schwimley delivers another charming chapter book mystery for young readers in her second installment of Crime Solver's Detective. Against her mother's wishes, Karrine investigates the theft of her neighbor's Ford Mustang. (She does learn there are consequences to this by the end of the story) Throughout the mystery, familiar characters are revisited (such as the lovable Mr. Scoops) and new ones that are sure to bring about a giggle or two are introduced. Another great story for young readers!
  • Capturing Faith (volume 1) on March 11, 2017

    Whether you are a person of faith or not, this story is full of relatable life lessons. The characters are well developed and believable, and there is a plot twist (that I didn't see coming - nice job) which strengthens the story. An excellent read overall.
  • Fight For The Kingdom on March 11, 2017

    Fight For the Kingdom was a fun, clean, easy read. I think the complexity level is perfect for 8-9 yr olds. My favorite character was Zachary, the keeper of foxes; he gave me a chuckle. With a nice array of characters, I can see little ones entranced with the quest that Aiden and his younger brother, Trystan, are presented with.
  • Lacy's End on March 11, 2017

    I could not put this book down. The characters are beautifully developed. My heart ached for Lacy and her mother, and at times, I wanted to reach into the pages and give the loathsome Sheriff a walloping. Five thumbs up for this superbly written, intense novel.