Book Review: Two Lost Boys (L.F Robertson) @TitanBooks

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When my good friend Janel over at Keeper of Pages read this Two Lost Boys, by L.F Robertson, a while back, I knew I had to add it to my TBR pile. I am a huge fan of legal mystery/thrillers and have a special interest to those plots surrounding death row.   I think it has something to do with how ominous and how severe these stories are; there are no second chances, it truly is life and death.   Also, there is something about a story that calls to question where you fall on the line. Would you support such a system? Are you against it?  What would you do if you were in this line of work. It is absolutely mind boggling to begin to think about it.

The story opens with the introduction of our protagonist, Janet Moodie, who is a death row appeals attorney. Her newest client, Andy Handy, was convicted (along with his brother, Emory) for the rape and murder of two women.   Emory, after a slick deal, received life in prison and Andy got the death penalty even though he has a lower IQ and lacks the dominant personality. Using missed mitigating evidence, Janet discovers a series of errors and learns there is potentially much more to the murders than what was first thought. Andy may be guilty of something, but does he deserve to die?  Continue reading “Book Review: Two Lost Boys (L.F Robertson) @TitanBooks”

Blog Tour: Lawless and the House of Electricity (William Sutton) @TitanBooks ‏@WilliamGeorgeQ

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Good morning and welcome to my stop on the Lawless and the House of Electricity blog tour!

This new novel, which is actually the third in the Lawless series, by William Sutton follows the discovery of a corpse in London’s East End.

From there, the synopsis of the book explains “The shadows of European machinations loom over the capital. For Sergeant Campbell Lawless, fears become reality as a series of explosions tear across the country. Home Office anxieties lead Lawless to Roxbury House, where the Earl of Roxbury, the country’s foremost weapons manufacturer, resides with a cavalcade of innovative scientists and researchers. Lawless places his best agent, ex-street urchin Molly, in the Earl’s home as he races to find those behind the attacks before the tinderbox of Europe is ignited.”

I am excited to be bringing you a guest post from the author today discussing his inspiration for the book, his sources and the importance of originality as part of my stop!

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