My review of “Darkness for Light” by Emma Viskic is now os the Sisters In Crime site

“Darkness for Light” – Review through “Sisters in Crime” Australia

Author:  Emma Viskic

Publisher/Year:  Echo Publishing/2019

Publisher description

The third thrilling instalment in the award-winning Caleb Zelic series.

After a lifetime of bad decisions troubled PI Caleb Zelic is finally making good ones. He’s in therapy, reconnecting with the Deaf community, and reconciling with his beloved wife.

But he can’t escape his past.

A violent confrontation forces Caleb back into contact with his double-crossing partner, Frankie. When her niece is kidnapped, Frankie and Caleb must work together to save the child’s life. But their efforts will risk everything, including their own lives.

Reviewer: Sarah Jackson

Engaging, fast-moving, gripping

You can read the full review of “Darkness for Light” By Emma Viskic on the Sisters in Crime webpage

For those who enjoy romance novels…

“Penelope ( A Madcap Regency Romance ) (The Fairweather Sisters Book 1)” by Anya Wylde

Rating:   ****

Genre: Fiction: Romance

Read:  June 2020

Penelope Fairweather has been sent to London to seek her fortune (i.e. to snag a man of measure to marry). She is fortunate enough to have a sponsorship with a friend of her deceased mother to present her to society and escort her to the seasons events. Penelope is not exactly aristocratic timbre. She is pretty, but plain, clumsy, outspoken, is friendly with servants and highway men, and with her pet goat in tow, very much a country bumpkin. Will she be able to charm her society friends and win a husband.

“Penelope” is a fun, sometimes hilarious, sometimes silly read, which makes for marvellous, non-intellectually taxing entertainment during this time of COVID-19. Would make great holiday reading.