Foreword Reviews

Books We've Reviewed from Write Way Publishing

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The Midnight Special

Like the turning of carefully synchronized gears, like the tinkling orchestrations of an antique music box, Karp’s book makes music. And like one of the minor characters, a... Read More

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Charlie's Web

Jonathan was panting right into my ear, so when I felt a funny tingle all over my body, I thought it was just a reaction to that. The feeling was so strange that I opened my... Read More

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Catch and Keep

Writers often need a distraction to alleviate writer’s block, but most would settle for something less than a double murder. That, however, is our hero’s unchosen antidote... Read More

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From Closet to Casket

Fortyish Vera Austin—who lives alone with her short grey hair, her thrift-shop wardrobe and her beloved dog—is being haunted in the mystery novel From Closet to Casket. The... Read More

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The Music Box Murders

The innocent world of music boxes is turned upside down in Larry Karp’s mystery The Music Box Murders. The story is an engaging romp through Dr. Thomas Purdue’s vacation as... Read More

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Dataman

Dataman has a great premise: Take a computer geek, a guy running his own computerized information-gathering company, and have him work with the cops. The cops, of course, have... Read More

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Framework for Death

The mystery genre is prominent for its odd and seemingly endless variety of sleuths, from cops and private investigators to medical examiners and forensic anthropologists, with... Read More

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Cheat The Devil

Cat Austen may be the only heroine in mystery fiction who guiltily hopes someone will be murdered so that she won’t have to take a romantic trip with her boyfriend. Cat gets... Read More