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Review: Darik Wilson, Ghost Talker – Edward Kendrick

Darik Wilson, Ghost Talker - Edward Kendrick

Genre: Paranormal, Romance LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Maryann Get It At Amazon | Publisher About The Book Darik Wilson was normal young man in college until the day he stumbled across a man’s body in a local park. When he touched it, the man’s ghost appeared. It scared the hell out of Darik as the ghost of Cornell Albright begged him to find his murderer. He was the thirteenth victim of the serial killer dubbed as X for the way he laid out his victims. Cornell told Darik what little he recalled about his killer, which Darik passed on to Detective Lang, … Read more

New Release: Mu; Legend of a Lost City – M.D. Neu

Mu; Legend of a Lost City - M.D. Neu

M.D. Neu has a new MM sci-fantasy mystery out: Mu; Legend of a Lost City. For years, the whispers and legends of a lost city hiding in the Pacific Ocean were just that; legend. On the day Kaimi discovers his parents, the Queen and King of Mu, murdered, Mu’s most powerful weapon fired, sending a pulse rushing towards the North American west coast. After the 2025 Great Pacific Pulse Event, or Pulse, vomited up much of humankind’s trash in the Pacific Ocean along the North American west coast. The mysterious occurrence causing the largest environmental disaster in human history, people … Read more

Jeff Baker: Boogieman In Lavender. Lou Rand’s “The Gay Detective.”

Lou Rand’s “The Gay Detective” by Jeff Baker Bay City…Early Nineteen-Sixties…Fog rolling in across the bay…the famous bridge…you know which city this is supposed to be. Bars that are clandestine rendezvous for furtive meetings between men in back rooms…bodies found in the darkness. Not warm, welcoming bodies but Gay men, murdered. No suspects. Few clues. One looks like murder-suicide. It isn’t Into this foggy mess steps Francis “Frank” Morley, detective for hire. The classic private eye with a dingy office, a loyal secretary and a hulking mass of muscle for an assistant. And Morley is as openly Gay as you … Read more

New Release: Uninvited House Ghosts – Rachel Ford

Uninvited House Ghosts - Rachel Ford

QSFer Rachel Ford has a new FF paranormal comedic mystery out, East House Mysteries book 1: Uninvited House Ghosts. Ghosts are real, and they’re watching over their families. Sometimes, that’s a good thing. But not for the Evanses. Tennessee Evans comes from a long, undistinguished line of crooks, grifters, layabouts, and rascals. She’s made her share of mistakes, sure, but she’s trying to break the mold. Even after a contentious breakup that hits her emotionally and financially, she works hard, keeps her head up, and carries on. Then her ex winds up murdered in her backyard. And her prints are … Read more

Review: Pinned – Liz Faraim

Pinned - Liz Faraim

Genre: Horror LGBTQ+ Category: Lesbian Reviewer: Maryann Get It On Amazon | Universal Buy Link | Goodreads About The Book “Rowdy” Randy Cox, a woman staring down the barrel of retirement, is a curmudgeonly blue-collar butch lesbian, who has been single for twenty years and is trying to date again. At the end of a long, exhausting shift, Randy finds her supervisor, Bryant, pinned and near death at the warehouse where they work. Upon the news of his death, she battles to find a balance between the joys of an exciting new relationship and the struggles of processing her supervisor’s … Read more

New Release: Death by Silver – Melissa Scott and Amy Griswold

Death by Silver - Melissa Scott and Amy Griswold

Melissa Scott and Amy Griswold have a new gay historical gaslamp fantasy out, Lynes & Mathey book 1: Death by Silver. Mystery, Murder and Magic… When his nemesis from schoolboy days hires metaphysician Ned Mathey to investigate his father’s murder, Ned turns to his friend and sometime lover, detective Julian Lynes, for help. Together, they must navigate a maze of deceit, danger, their painful past and, perhaps, a chance at a future together, in an Edwardian London as full of peril as it is with magic. Can they solve the mystery at the heart of the murder to forge a … Read more

Review: Death by Silver – Melissa Scott and Amy Griswold

Death by Silver - Melissa Scott and Amy Griswold

Genre: Gaslamp Fantasy/Mystery LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Maryann Get It On Amazon | Publisher About The Book Mystery, Murder and Magic… When his nemesis from schoolboy days hires metaphysician Ned Mathey to investigate his father’s murder, Ned turns to his friend and sometime lover, detective Julian Lynes, for help. Together, they must navigate a maze of deceit, danger, their painful past and, perhaps, a chance at a future together, in an Edwardian London as full of peril as it is with magic. Can they solve the mystery at the heart of the murder to forge a new kind of partnership … Read more

New Release: A Kind of Death – Josh Aterovis

A Kind of Death - Josh Aterovis

QSFer Josh Aterovis has a new queer paranormal mystery out, a Cav Crawford Mystery: A Kind of Death. Cav Crawford has a lot going on. He’s a college student. He has a side gig as a PI. Oh yeah—and he sees ghosts. When four teenage boys disappear while ghost hunting but only one reappears days later (covered in blood and with no memory of what happened), the police point the finger at the boy. The boy’s parents hire Cav to prove his innocence, and it doesn’t take him long to realize he’s in over his head. To complicate matters, Cav … Read more

Review: Murder Without Magic – Ripley Hayes

Murder Without Magic - Ripley Hayes

Genre: Mystery, Paranormal LGBTQ+ Category: Gay Reviewer: Maryann Get It On Amazon About The Book Peter and Lorne have taken the plunge: moved in together in a little house by the sea. Peter has his dream job, and Lorne has his dream kitchen, and so what if things go bump in the night next door? they can ignore it. The ghost with a violent streak isn’t so easy to ignore. Nor is the dead body in next door’s garden. Much against their better judgement, and the advice of their friends, Peter and Lorne are dragged kicking and screaming into another … Read more

Review: Ship of Fools – H.L. Moore

Ship of Fools - H.L. Moore

Genre: Sci-Fi, Mystery LGBTQ+ Identities: Trans, Gay Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book On the 3rd Orbital Anniversary, a mining ship vanished, never to be heard from again. Twelve years later, Special Agent Evelyn Carlisle finds herself on the cusp of discovering what happened to it – if she can get the crew of the Galilean Moons Forensic Cleaning Company to talk. A tale from the Jovian Empire. The Review Moore delivers another tightly written story in the Jovian Empire, building suspense with an interrogation of a forensic cleaning crew run by a clueless man named Urhines … Read more