The Crime of the Century- May
1, 2014 Reviewer Brittany Hale from BTS Magazine

REVIEW: 4.5 Stars

Written in third-person omniscient the
narrator tells the story of two missing teens, their murder and the effect it
has on their small town. With believable antics, ranging from police corruption,
unconventional parenting, unreliable witnesses, satanic rituals, love triangles,
hypnosis, forensic profiling, this novel doesn't lack in believability. The
crime occurs in the 1980's without the popular DNA evidence, police have to rely
on circumstancial ecidence to solve this horrific crime and bring those
responsible to justice. The possible errors in previous methods of crime solving
are brought to the attention of the reader, as a town is ripped apart by the
disappearance of the teens. Although, I would have liked the novel to switch
from a detected narration of the facts to a story where I could connect with the
characterfs, it was consistent throughout the whole book. Well written and
researched, The Crime of the Century, is an engrossing fictional true
crime novel.


Murder Most

Magazine-December 2013 Issue 17- Reviewer Marie Haney 5 *****

“Murder Most Foul,”

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Murder Most Foul
introduces us to Walker Harmon, an FBI Agent that's sent out to solve gruesome
crimes. In his line of work, blood and gore are the norm, and encountering
dangerous individuals and gangs isnt unheard of. But what makes this book
so uniquely brilliant is that all the crimes he's set out to solve are based on
true crimes in the state of Ohio. The author recreates the scenes with dramatic
fashion, adding characters that are so realistic; it feels like you're living
the moment right along with them. She is a wonderful storyteller, paying
attention to every intricate detail and leaving you hanging onto every word. If
you're a fan of crime thrillers, this book will definately not