“Bender” starts off like many other crime stories. It is quite a cliché when a business man wakes up in his hotel room to find a dead, naked woman lying next to him. How many times have you seen that? I know, many, but don’t let this stop you from reading. After you get caught up in this action packed story, you will not want to put it down.
“Trench Coat Pal”, written by M. J. Neary, has multiple points-of-view, meaning that it not only follows the story of Glen, who is determined to avenge his father’s death, but it also focus on Ciaran Hayes, a money-and-dogs-obsessed psychiatrist with a few bad habits, and on Marnie, his bipolar and anorexic daughter.
Like most crime stories, “Oklahoma Winds: A Sydney St. John Mystery”, written by Cary Osborne, is rather tedious at first. Sometimes the story seemed to drag on, focusing on facts that appeared irrelevant, but trust me, THEY ARE NOT! If you manage to read halfway into the book, then you won’t want to stop afterwards.
“Children of Swan: The Land of Taron, Vol 1”, written by Coral Walker, follows the story of Jack and Brianna as they search for their missing parents (who disappeared from their bedroom in strange circumstances) and their abducted little-brother in the land of Taron.