Foreword Reviews

Angela McQuay, Book Reviewer

Angela has been a book lover since she was old enough to read. One of the first books that had a big impact on her was Watchers by Dean Koontz and it was one of her inspirations to become a writer. Though she hasn’t made it big as a novelist yet, she still practices her creativity by writing chat stories for two apps, working on cozy fiction, and dabbling in various projects she hopes someday to publish. As for her day job, she’s the co-owner of a digital marketing firm in the lovely (and often freezing) city of Omaha, Nebraska.

Angela enjoys books of every genre, though her true love is fiction. However, she’s been known to read and review plenty of nonfiction titles. As a blog writer, she has just enough knowledge on many subjects to be dangerous, which is what everyone wants in a book reviewer, right?

Book Review

Coconut Layer Cake Murder

by Angela McQuay

Cozy mysteries don’t get any cozier than Joanne Fluke’s, and her latest in the Hannah Swensen series, Coconut Layer Cake Murder, is no exception. Hannah is a baker and amateur sleuth who’s ordered to take a vacation after a... Read More

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Fatal Roots

by Angela McQuay

The dead do not want to stay buried in Sheila Connolly’s ninth installment of her County Cork series, Fatal Roots. Maura Donovan, who moved from Boston to take over her family’s pub in Ireland, is getting used to rural Irish living... Read More

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The Ringmaster

by Angela McQuay

There’s a string of seemingly unrelated murders occurring in New Zealand, and it takes Vanda Symon’s sassy, smart detective Sam Shephard to tie them together. "The Ringmaster" is a multilayered, absorbing mystery that is full of... Read More

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Rewind

by Angela McQuay

Catherine Ryan Howard’s unique thriller "Rewind" begins when an Instagram star, Natalie’s, death is caught on video. It then rewinds to explain why Natalie was where she was, and who is responsible for her brutal murder. Natalie and... Read More

Book Review

Conclusion

by Angela McQuay

In Peter Robertson’s "Conclusion", healthy individuals can be scanned and “welded” to enjoy a guaranteed, healthy twenty more years of life. The catch is that they will die, or conclude, at the end of those two decades. Colin and... Read More

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