Monday, May 29, 2023

Review Corner: Coping and Thriving with a Chronic Condition by Carla Cobbs #bookreview #bookcorner

May 29, 2023 0 Comments


Title: Coping and Thriving With a Chronic Condition
Author: Carla Cobbs
Publisher: Carla Cobbs
Pages: 88
Genre: Nonfiction

No single soul on this planet is fortunate enough to have smooth sailing when it comes to dealing with life challenges. Everyone has to go through the twists and turns of life while keeping their sanity intact and growing as a person. However, the journey becomes much more challenging if you have to cope with health complications as well.

Coping and Thriving with a Chronic Condition is a guidebook for people who are suffering from a chronic disease. This book not only discusses the difficulties such patients face to assure them that they are not alone in their journey but also presents ways to ease their suffering and eventually thrive while living with a chronic condition. It also aims to help those without a chronic condition learn more about the challenges of living with a life-long health condition so they can empathize with such patients.


There are dozens of books out about how to deal with chronic pain I'm sure, but I thoroughly enjoyed reading Carla Cobbs' take on it in her new book, Coping and Thriving with a Chronic Condition.

Carla was born with a chronic condition herself - arthrogryposis and later, high blood pressure, arthritis and chronic pain. You might even call her an expert in the field having lived it firsthand. That's the reason why I wanted to read her book since it was coming from the horse's mouth so to speak. 

The first two chapters are more or less her explaining in detail about these diseases which I didn't find boring in the least. It was written in easy to understand language which I appreciated.

The next chapter, Chapter 3, she explains how to cope with these ailments which I found very informative should I ever be in that position myself - very uplifting.

The rest of the chapters are very uplifting as well. It's like a pep talk but not only that it offers encouragement to those who feel as if their life has come to an end once they have been diagnosed. 

I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did. I give it 5 gold stars!

Sunday, May 28, 2023

Fateful Connections Book Teaser Trailer @karenra24229683 #thriller

May 28, 2023 0 Comments


Inside the Book

Author: Karen Charles
Publisher: BookBaby
Pages: 91
Genre: Thriller


Fateful Connections tells the story of four people brought together by the tragic events of 9/11 in the United States. These four individuals were attending a conference in Seattle, Washington, and found it nearly impossible to make it back to their homes, which were scattered across the country. They decide to rent a car and drive together, as they cannot get any flights home. As rental cars are also impossible to come upon, they find a friend who has access to a repossessed car, which he is willing to rent out. Unbeknownst to the friends, the rightful owner of the car wants his car back, and as they find out, hidden inside the car are drugs and guns. What ensues is a dangerous journey which impacts the four friends’ lives forever. The story follows them on their harrowing journey home, then one and two years later as they meet up for an annual reunion.

The strengths of this story are the easy-to-read narrative and compelling plot. The author introduces four intriguing main characters, as well as a number of antagonists, who hunt down the friends and engage in dangerous and illegal plans to not only recapture their guns and drugs, but also kill the friends so there are no witnesses to their illegal activities. The reader is instantly drawn into the storyline, and moves along with the characters as they experience fear, joy, love, and relief. The plot is compelling, and the reader cannot help but become invested in the lives of these four main characters.

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Tuesday, May 23, 2023

Review Corner: What Did Jesus Say: The Seven Messages From the Master by Rev. Terry Allan Christian #bookreview #bookcorner

May 23, 2023 0 Comments


Title: What Did Jesus Say: The Seven Messages From The Master
Author: Terry Allan Christian
Publisher: Divine Publication
Pages: 157
Genre: Christian/Gospel

Imagine you’re walking down the beach, and you come across a crowd waiting for Jesus to appear and teach them. What would he say? Would he talk about current religious and political conflicts, or would he speak about Love, Light, and Truth? Join us as we go for a walk with Jesus, and listen to his words as he shares with us the Seven Messages from the Master. Each spiritual message reveals His teachings that will strengthen and guide you to a most peaceful life in Christ.





Following his mission to H-E-L-P (Help Everyone Live Peacefully), Reverend Terry Allan Christian compiles Scriptures that reveal the teachings of Jesus. Using the red-letter edition of the New King James Bible, the author has isolated these teachings from the religious and political conflicts of Jesus's time; citing each book, chapter, and verse.

What I think is most unique about this book is that it is meant to be seen as the reader taking a journey with Jesus, walking along the beach, as Jesus reveals His teachings to her.

The book opens with the "Footprints in the Sand" poem by Mary Stevenson that was re-written by the author. Then the author breaks into chapters each of the seven messages, Jesus's teachings on: the Christ, the Father and Son, the Word, Jesus being the Way, the Truth, and the Life, the Kingdom of Heaven, the End Times, and the Holy Spirit.

While some authors offer additional commentary when they compile Scripture, there is very little of that here. There is an author's note in the beginning and at the conclusion of the book, but other than that, the reader is allowed to focus solely on the words of Christ.

What Did Jesus Say... by Rev. Terry Allan Christian would make a lovely gift and is a powerful devotional.

Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: Divine Publications (October 1, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0983984816
ISBN-13: 978-0983984818

 - Guest Review by Cheryl Malandrinos. Cheryl is a blogger, book reviewer, children's author and editor. A member of SCWBI, she lives in Massachusetts with her husband and three adult children.

Thursday, May 18, 2023

It May Surprise You That...Featuring J. Arlene Culiner author of Blake's Folly Romance Trilogy #ItMaySurpriseYouThat

May 18, 2023 0 Comments

It May Surprise You Literarily Speaking's latest feature. Here we have authors give us 10 things that would surprise us about themselves and/or their book. Today we have J. Arlene Culiner, author of Blake's Folly Romance Trilogy. Writer, photographer, social critical artist, and storyteller, Arlene was born in New York and raised in Toronto. She has crossed much of Europe on foot, has lived in a Hungarian mud house, a Bavarian castle, a Turkish cave dwelling, on a Dutch canal, and in a haunted house on the English moors. She now resides in a 400-year-old former inn in a French village of no interest and, much to local dismay, protects all creatures, especially spiders and snakes. She particularly enjoys incorporating into short stories, mysteries, narrative non-fiction, and romances, her experiences in out-of-the-way communities, and her conversations with strange characters.



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As a romance writer, I adore writing about love—especially when it happens between delightful characters. Mix in hope, humor, much tenderness, and a happy end… that’s what a satisfying romance book brings us. But that’s not all.

I love writing about odd characters and misfits, the sort of people who would never fit into neat houses with tidy gardens. My people are rebels, not by choice, but by character. Sometimes they’re ornery, nosy, or interfering, but I can guarantee they’re the real thing.

For me, a good book is packed with information, and when I’m finish reading it, I have the know more than I did when I began. So it is with the three books in my series, Blake’s Folly Romance. 

In A Room in Blake’s Folly, we follow a town from its silver boom beginning to its dusty present semi-ghost town state. In All About Charming Alice, we learn some Nevada history and a bit about reptiles. In Desert Rose, my hero Jonah Livingstone is a geologist who also plays the baroque cello, and the very secretive Rose Badger has quite a few hidden talents, too.

And, as we follow the ups and downs of the many romances in this trilogy, we also discover that:

  1. In the first half of the 1800s, women were scarce in the West, and husband-hunters, whether ugly or good-looking, mean-tempered, sharp-tongued, or sugar sweet easily found partners. By the 1880s, things had changed. Women fleeing domestic service, millwork and factory toil, arrived in abundance, and men could take their pick.
  1.  Men looking for wives in the Far West usually went for young, fresh, strong women who would raise children, attend to harvests, garden work, laundry, scrounge for firewood, and cook. Love had little to do with second marriages; many men were looking for women to replace wives who had died during childbirth or from sheer exhaustion.
  1. Without experience in the working world, older women, widows, abandoned or divorced women hoped their grown children would take them in. However, not every couple wanted a mother or mother-in-law in residence unless she was still strong enough to help out with the drudgery. The many who found no home with their children were often reduced to begging.
  1. Although prohibition effectively cut off Nevada’s much-needed tax revenue, it didn’t reduce social drinking. In one year alone, the 90,000 Nevada residents managed to wangle 10,000 prescriptions for medicinal alcohol.
  1.  The names of old railway companies are still familiar: the Philadelphia and Reading, the Erie, the Northern Pacific, the Union Pacific, the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe. However all failed during the depression of 1893. Even then, politicians lied, claiming the economy was prospering as 500 banks closed and 16,000 businesses declared bankruptcy.
  1. Sassy, confident Lucy Barnes, one of my heroines in A Room in Blake’s Folly, loves photographing spiders. Veterinarian Lance Potter is surprised by her interest, but Lucy is quite clear: “What’s definitely true, is that half of all women but only ten percent of men are afraid of spiders. Now try and work that fact into a discussion about sexual equality.”
  1. Alice Treemont, the heroine of All About Charming Alice, is a herpetologist. She studies snakes, photographs them, writes about them for nature magazines, and protects them. She certainly isn’t afraid of them, and she knows all about the important role snakes play in our environment. As she tells writer Jace Constant: “If most people are instinctively afraid of snakes, snakes aren’t instinctively afraid of people, so they sometimes slide into backyards, innocently passing through on their way to somewhere else. They should be left alone, of course, but people kill them as soon as they notice them.”
  1. Running alongside the tiny community of Blake’s Folly, Nevada is the faint trace of what was once one of the great pioneer roads to California. When summer temperatures rise to a hundred and ten, pools of water turns into toxic shimmering scum before vanishing, and rivers evaporate. One hundred and fifty years ago, the way pioneers kept to the trail, was by following the abandoned sacks of putrid bacon, the skeletons of animals, and the graves. Out here, place names like Endurance, Desolation, or Last Gap were never more than a stick in the ground where someone was buried.
  1. As geologist Jonah Livingstone tells the lovely Rose Badger: “Both eastern and southern Nevada were once covered by a warm shallow sea filled with reefs, mollusks, and ammonites. Around 250 million years ago, there were also large marine lizards, ichthyosaurs. They had evolved from a group of unidentified land reptiles who had returned to the sea, like the ancestors of dolphins and whales.”
  1. What sort of characters do I like to write—and read—about in a romance? For me, intelligence leads to good chemistry. I need people with ideas, who have stimulating conversations. How can you fall in love when you have nothing to learn from the other?
  1.  Another essential for good chemistry is a sense of humor. Being able to laugh together creates a strong and wonderful magic—perhaps one that is stronger and more wonderful than great sex.


Title: Blake’s Folly Romance Trilogy
Author: J. Arlene Culiner
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Pages: App. 214 pp. each
Genre: Historical / Contemporary Romance

By 2023, the silver boomtown of Blake’s Folly, once notorious for saloons, brothels, speakeasies, and divorce ranches, has become a semi-ghost town of abandoned shacks and weedy dirt roads. But unusual settings attract unusual people, those forced to adapt to new circumstances in order to survive, and those who have never really fit into mainstream society. But none are humdrum. All have dreams and a chance to fall in love.

A Room In Blake’s Folly

In 1889, when Blake’s Folly boasted silver mines, saloons, and brothels, the adventurer, Westley Cranston, fell in love with Sookie Lacey a former prostitute. Their romance was doomed but never forgotten, and these six stories tell the tale.

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All About Charming Alice

Alice Treemont cooks vegetarian meals, rescues unwanted dogs, and protects the most unloved creatures on earth: snakes. What man would share those interests?

Jace Constant is in Nevada, doing research, but he won’t be staying long. He hates desert dust, dog hair and snakes terrify him. Even if the air sizzles each time Alice and Jace meet, any romance seems doomed.

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Desert Rose

Rose Badger is the local flirt, and settling down is the last thing she intends to do. Geologist Jonah Livingstone is intriguing, but with his complicated life, he’s off limits for anything other than friendship.

Jonah Livingstone is fascinated by the sparkling and lovely Rose Badger, but she doesn’t seem inclined to choose a favorite, so why fret? Jonah’s secret life keeps him busy.

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Sunday, May 14, 2023

Book Spotlight: Larimar: Gem of the Sea #spotlight

May 14, 2023 0 Comments


Title: Larimar: Gem of the Sea
Author: Christine E. Schulze
Publisher: KDP Publishing
Pages: 140
Genre: YA | Fantasy

A Fearless captain and a mysterious girl who walks on water. An underwater city and a destined deadly curse. What could possibly go wrong?

Captain Jorah is renowned for being one of the youngest explorers to ever sail Zephyrian waters. He’s also notorious for landing his crew in situations they hadn’t counted on, involving man-eating mermaids and other dangerous misadventures.

When Jorah decides to search for the legendary underwater City of Larimar, he doesn’t account for the quest that follows. After being rescued from shipwreck by a mysterious young woman who walks on water and carries a singing seashell around her neck, he soon finds himself reunited with an old friend once thought lost to him. Before he knows it, he’s caught up in a race against time to save her yet again, this time from a looming prophecy about a deadly serpent destined to consume her entire race.

Can Jorah help her save her people before the dark prophecy completes itself?

The Amielian Legends is a collection of stand-alone young adult books, all set in the same fantastic universe, that can be read in any order. Read Larimar: Gem of the Sea today to discover new worlds filled with adventure, diverse characters, and whimsical magic.





Captain Jorah stood proudly aboard the Gem, smiling as his ship departed from the shores of Muriel. He closed his eyes and lifted his face to the sun, relishing its warmth on his fair skin, paler than usual from being cooped up too much this past winter. With a deep inhale, he savored the salty air and released a contented sigh. How good it felt to be one with his beloved ocean once more.

As they picked up speed, the wind tousled his shoulder-length hair about his face. He pulled the unruly locks back, tying them with a bit of twine, and a fond, bittersweet memory played before him. His mother, washing his hair as a young lad, admiring how its golden-brown hues were the same as his father’s. When he grew older, she would run her hands through his hair and say it was golden-brown like the sands of the distant lands he longed so much to discover. Much as he relished this life of adventure, he oft times wished he could trade it for one more simple, precious night with Mama, sitting on the shoreline, talking, and dreaming of a better life. At least he had fulfilled the greater part of her dream by building that life for himself, and so he would go on doing, with each new quest he undertook.

Jorah watched his kingdom of Muriel as it shrank on the horizon. The castle stretched high on the cliffs, its gold-gilded turrets glistening in the rising sun’s prismatic glow. The flags atop the turrets bore Muriel’s royal standard of two aqua-colored seals swimming in a perfect circle on a dark blue backdrop. As the flags waved at the matching banners that flew from the Gem’s masts, Jorah could almost imagine the castle bid him a fond farewell.

Then again, truth be told, he had seen little inside the castle’s walls in the past few years. He hardly recalled the feel of his fine satin sheets or the taste of fine wine. He preferred to be on the go, always seeking his next quest. At nineteen, he had already explored as many of Zephyr’s Islands as could be reached, discovering many unique creatures and plant life, including what had since become the most popular breeds of Thebazilian foxes. He was also one of few who’d dared to travel to the mysterious Western Realm, learning much from the diverse cultures he encountered there.

Jorah had abandoned a life of luxury to pursue his life-long curiosity. He did not seek gold or silver. Nor did he seek to conquer or establish new lands. No, the most favored treasure he sought was that of ancient civilizations, myths, and legends.

Thus, as Jorah bid Caracol, his first mate, to follow him into his cabin, Caracol inwardly groaned. What harebrained mission had the captain concocted this time? Were they searching for trolls, elves, or perhaps narwhals? Caracol hoped it was narwhals. He had always fancied seeing the great “unicorns who ruled the seas.”

Of course, Caracol, like the rest of the crew, looked up to Jorah. He was a good captain and an intelligent man. But Caracol also wasn’t the only member of the crew to question their captain’s sanity from time to time. 

When the crew had first come together, they had thought Jorah crazy for believing in the ridiculous legends he was always digging up. Now, they thought him crazy because the legends nearly always proved true, and yet he still insisted on pursuing such “exhilarating journeys,” as he cheerfully called their oft-near-death experiences. The most exhilarating thing the crew usually found about such quests was the trip home, especially after their last mission, where they had nearly been devoured by man-eating mermaids.

Blessed Amiel, Caracol breathed the silent prayer with a shiver, as he recalled the mermaids’ slimy hands clawing at him. Please let it be anything but mermaids.

Despite his nagging worries, Caracol remained silent as he followed his captain into his cabin. After all, Jorah had kept them alive thus far. Surely, he would keep them safe on whatever new mission he had in store. 

As Jorah unrolled one of the huge maps and spread it wide on the table, Caracol watched the familiar, eager glint leap into his captain’s bright green eyes.

“This,” Jorah said, pointing to a location on the map, “this is our new destination.”

Caracol peered over Jorah’s shoulder and instantly felt a headache coming on. His captain didn’t even point to a landmark. Rather, he pointed to some random part of the Zephyrian Ocean. Those usually ended up being the worst kinds of adventures. The mermaids’ seaweed stench rushed back to him, making his stomach roil. 

Swallowing hard, he said, “That’s in the middle of the Zephyrian Ocean, Captain.”

“Yes, Caracol, and do you know what’s in the middle of the Zephyrian Ocean?”

Caracol didn’t have any idea, but he had the reluctant feeling that he would momentarily find out.

“I don’t know, Captain.”

“The ancient City of Larimar, also known as the ‘Gem of the Sea!’” Jorah tensed, as though he might burst from his rush of excitement. “It’s the legendary city of the Larimar people, named after one of their ancient queens, ‘Larine,’ and ‘mara,’ their word for ‘sea.’ The Larimar people are elves, skilled in magic that allows them to control the very ocean waves…”

Elves, Caracol reflected, as the captain rambled on. Elves aren’t so bad. The last elves they had encountered had given them weapons, jewels, and other gifts. The King of Arabis had been quite impressed with all they had brought to trade, after that expedition. Caracol began to feel a bit more at ease.

“...with amazing buildings constructed from the larimar stone. It’s the most magnificent city ever built on the ocean floor.”

Oh, dear, Caracol thought. Ocean floor. Of course, there had to be a downfall somewhere. His thoughts darted back to mermaids, and a knot twisted in the pit of his stomach.

“On the ocean floor, Captain? How will we know where to stop sailing and dive below? How will we know when we’ve found this city?”

The determined, decisive gleam Caracol had witnessed far too often in Jorah’s eyes flashed in them now as he said, “Oh, we’ll know, Caracol. Believe me. If the legends are true, and I’ve never yet pursued a legend that wasn’t based in some truth, we’ll know.”

Author Bio 

Christine E. Schulze has been living in castles, exploring magical worlds, and creating fantastical adventures and romances since she was too young to even write of such stories. Her collection of young adult and children’s fantasy books, The Amielian Legacy, is comprised of series and stand-alone books that can all be read separately, but also weave together to create a single, amazing fantasy.

One of her main aspirations for The Amielian Legacy is to create fantasy stories with characters that connect with readers from many different backgrounds. Her current focus is to include racially diverse characters and those with disabilities. The latter is inspired by Schulze working with adults with autism and other developmental disabilities at Trinity Services in Southern Illinois.

Schulze draws much of her inspiration from favorite authors like Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and Diana Wynne Jones, favorite games like The Legend of Zelda, and especially from the people in her life. Some of her exciting ventures include the publication of her award-winning Bloodmaiden, as well as The Gailean Quartet with Words Matter Publishing. Her books for younger readers include In the Land of Giants and The Amazing Captain K.

Christine currently lives in a cozy Hobbit hole, but you can visit her on her website:

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It May Surprise You That...Featuring James Blakley author of The K-Frost Caper #ItMaySurpriseYouThat

May 14, 2023 0 Comments


 It May Surprise You Literarily Speaking's latest feature. Here we have authors give us 10 things that would surprise us about themselves and/or their book. Today we have James Blakley, author of The K-Frost Caper.

James was educated at Missouri Western State College and Washburn University. While at MWSC, he was a local and national award-winning columnist and section editor of “The Griffon-News.” Blakley worked 10 1/2 years as a page and as an Assistant Librarian for the River Bluffs Regional Libraries of St. Joseph, MO. He currently lives in Topeka, KS where he worked for The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library and several years in clerical and customer support capacities for international computer companies, such as EDS and HP. Additionally, Blakley has worked in information gathering and analysis for various government agencies and programs.



  1. Insurance fraud investigation can be very dangerous and exciting.

“A claims man is a doctor and a bloodhound and a cop and a judge and a jury and a father confessor all in one.”—Barton Keyes, Double Indemnity (the movie)

  • When Luna Nightcrow and “The K-Frost Caper” were first envisioned, there were several high-profile cases of insurance investigators being murdered in the line of duty (per the following):

  • Louisiana insurance fraud investigators should carry guns, commissioner says 

Ed Anderson, The Times-Picayune

Aug 13, 2011

  • Sallie Rohrbach Murder: Where is Michael Howell Now?

Sounak Sengupta 

September 22, 2022

  • ‘Nub City,’ and Other Stories Of an Insurance Investigator

  • The Story Of Florida’s “Nub City,” Where Residents Cut Off Their Own Appendages For Insurance Money

By Gabe Paoletti

Published November 2, 2017

Updated June 12, 2019

  1. The main character, Luna Nightcrow, is a female Cherokee Native American.

  • In an attempt to make the book memorable, the main character is of a race that hasn’t much broad representation in pop fiction as others.

  1. Luna Nightcrow was originally inspired by a TV insurance fraud investigator, instead of a real-life one.

  • When I was growing up, there was an NBC TV show called “Banacek” that featured actor George Peppard in the title role: A refined and clever Boston-based insurance investigator named Thomas Banaceck. Unlike most insurance investigators, who are tied to a company, Banacek was self-employed; he chose his own clients and charged them whatever he wanted. Banacek often travelled cross-country to foil the oddest insurance frauds. Banacek was also ethnically Polish and proudly included “old Polish proverbs” when chatting with friend and foe.

  1. According to this article: Today, women make up 60 percent of insurance company employees. 

  • Insurance is a great industry for women, but imbalances linger

Insurance News

By Bethan Moorcraft

Mar 11, 2022

  • And at the time “The K-Frost Caper” was first written, 63.3 percent of insurance investigators were also women (per the following):

  1. “The K-Frost Caper” has many diverse and significant female characters.

  2. “The K-Frost Caper” also has a variety of ethnicities and races that play critical roles in the story.

  1. These true “missing persons” cases were researched while writing “The K-Frost Caper” (to show the plot is plausible):  

  • Living, breathing man will remain dead in the eyes of Ohio law

Dominique Debucquoy-Dodley, CNN

Updated 4:05 AM EDT, Thu October 10, 2013

  • Is Olivia Newton-John's boyfriend alive?

Baja California locals say they've spotted the man supposedly missing at sea. Keith Morrison reports.

  1. Luna Nightcrow’s odd choice of self-defense is a real-life weapon.

  • After several murders of insurance investigators, many in the field decided to arm themselves.  As a nod to that, Luna Nightcrow carries a .38 caliber revolver when necessary, but always has a discreet stun gun that is built into her smartphone protector.  Yes, it’s an actual device (though perhaps not quite as powerful as depicted in “The K-Frost Caper”).

  • And the settings for the story (Oklahoma and Florida) seem to have little or no restrictions on stun gun use.

Oklahoma Stun Gun & Taser Laws / Statutes:

No restrictions in Oklahoma State law concerning stun guns or tasers.

Florida Stun Gun & Taser Laws / Statutes:

Stun Guns/Electric Weapons: Section 790.001 (4)(b)

Definitions. A nonlethal stun gun or dart-firing stun gun or other nonlethal electric weapon or device that is designed solely for defensive purposes. (Note: Non Lethal is the word that makes this law)

790.53 Open Carrying of Weapons

A person may openly carry, for purposes of lawful self-defense:

A nonlethal stun gun or dart-firing stun gun or other nonlethal electric weapon or device that is designed solely for defensive purposes.

Concealed Carry on any college or university facility unless the licensee is a registered student, employee, or faculty member of such college or university and the weapon is a stun gun or non-lethal electric weapon or device designed solely for defensive purposes and the weapon does not fire a dart or projectile.

  1. Despite drawing from the dangers of being an insurance investigator, “The K-Frost Caper” isn’t a dark and gritty thriller.

  • There is some humor and romantic tension similar to the style of Hitchcock suspensers like “North by Northwest” and “To Catch a Thief.”

  1. “The K-Frost Caper” is critically acclaimed.

  • It’s ranked 15th best mystery featuring a Native American detective per the following:



A cold case heats up when Kelvin Frost, believed to have drowned in Alabama, returns from the dead to apply for more life insurance. Or has he? When a body-a dead body-identified as Kelvin Frost, turns up in Miami, murder complicates matters. Enter Luna Nightcrow, the insurance fraud investigator whose “smartphone never sleeps.” After recovering a valuable Cherokee relic, Nightcrow accepts Charmed Life Mutual Insurance’s offer of $50,000 to sniff out and close down the K-Frost Caper. But it won’t be easy with so few leads or clues. Paired with cosmopolitan cop Tiago Toussaint, the two match wits and wiles, in attempt to find out when is the last time anyone saw Frost … in Miami?










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