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Monday, June 26, 2023

The Empty Kayak by Jode Millman (VBT: Book Review / Contest Giveaway)

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Book Review

The Empty Kayak by Jode Miller
Book 3: Queen City Crimes Series
Publisher: Level Best Books
Publication Date: May 30, 2023
Format: Paperback - 368 pages
               Kindle - 1838 KB
               Nook - 2 MB
ISBN: 978-1685122874
ASIN: B0C1PT8484
BNID: 978-1685122881
Genre: Mystery / Crime Fiction / Police Procedure / Suspense

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Buy The Series: Queen City Crime Series
Book 1: Hooker Avenue
Book 2: The Midnight Call
Book 3: The Empty Kayak

Disclaimer: I received a copy of the book from the author / publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest book review and participation in a virtual book tour event hosted by Partners In Crime Book Tours.

Book Description:

For Detective Ebony Jones, crime is always personal. But this time, it strikes too close to home.

A pop-up thunderstorm marched its way across the Hudson River, ambushing a young couple’s kayaking trip. The woman miraculously made it back to shore, but her fiancé remains missing. Ebony and her partner are the first responders who rush to the river to assist in rescuing the capsized boater.

The victim’s identity shocks Ebony to the core. Kyle Emory, the ex-boyfriend of her estranged best friend, attorney Jessie Martin, is the man who never made it out of the water. The accident ignites a firestorm between the two friends, pitting them against each other in a race to discover whether Kyle survived or whether he met his untimely demise. Under pressure from the chief and the DA, Ebony needs to solve the mystery, while Jessie seeks justice for the sake of the daughter she shares with Kyle.

The investigation leads them through the dark worlds of social media, online sports betting, and extreme sports. Along the way, they uncover lies and betrayals, and gather a list of dangerous suspects who are all linked to the accident survivor, Kyle’s mysterious fiancée. Even more, the discovery that Kyle possessed his own life-shattering secrets has trapped Ebony between her career and her lifelong friendship with Jessie. Yet neither Ebony nor Jessie will stop until they unearth the truth. Even if it destroys their friendship and their lives.

But the evidence is as murky as the secretive Hudson River. Only the river knows whether Kyle’s untimely death was an accident, a suicide, or murder.

Praise for The Empty Kayak:

“Three strong women follow their own inexorable paths to justice in The Empty Kayak, and it’s a pleasure to cheer them on. The Empty Kayak is not only a compelling and believable mystery, but a sharply drawn portrait of women’s friendships” - Joseph Finder, New York Times bestselling author of House on Fire

“Twisty personal relationships build to a satisfying, stunner finale in The Empty Kayak.” - Lisa Black, NYT/ bestselling author of the Locard Institute series

Book Excerpt:

Chapter One

Detective Ebony Jones felt as though she was toting around a thousand-pound weight, which grew heavier and more torturous with each step. Her cargo, a petite one-year-old, nestled her dark curly head against Ebony’s shoulder and wriggled on Ebony’s bum left hip, the one with the .38 caliber bullet fragments lodged in it. Even the slightest pressure from the child’s body sent relentless jolts of electricity sizzling down her leg. Between the squirmy kid and the merciless pain, Ebony’s trek up the sidewalk was a living hell. And the situation was about to get worse. Much, much worse.

The toddler’s green eyes locked onto Ebony’s, so trusting and innocent that they tugged at her jaded cop’s heartstrings. Lily Martin’s face was muddy, her fuzzy pink hoodie was soaked from the sudden rainstorm, and she was missing one sneaker. But it wasn’t Lily’s bedraggled condition that made their journey up the front walk so unbearable; it was the heartbreak that would follow after Ebony rang the doorbell. And Lily’s mother answered.

The Tudor-style City of Poughkeepsie home belonged to Jessie Martin, Lily’s mom, and Ebony’s on-again, off-again best friend. Since kindergarten, over twenty-five years ago, the two women had been BFFs, but once they pursued conflicting careers in the law, Ebony as a cop and Jessie as a criminal defense attorney, their relationship had deteriorated. Around every corner, clients, cases, and the legal system had thrust obstacles in their path, testing their friendship. Sometimes, Ebony wanted to pack it in and move on, but deep in her heart, she yearned to reconcile with Jessie. The present catastrophe wasn’t going to help that cause.

* * *

On her trip to Jessie’s, Ebony had stewed over the appropriate way to tell Jessie that her ex, Lily’s father, Kyle, was missing? There would be so many questions—how, when, where, why. How could Ebony explain the outcome of Kyle’s disappearance when she didn’t know for sure whether he’d survived the freak accident?

Ebony limped up Jessie’s bluestone path, laden with a cauldron of emotions. Sorrow. Guilt. Anger. Disbelief. Fear. And reluctance, to name a few. She still couldn’t swallow the reality. Kyle Emory was missing and if she was honest, presumed dead.

Midway down the walk, Ebony glanced over her shoulder at Zander, who had remained curbside with their unmarked black Explorer. He was tall and slender, and leaned against the hood of the car. Zander’s brows were drawn together, and he watched her with hawk-like precision. As partners, they were supposed to deliver death notifications in pairs, but he’d made no move to join her on the threshold.

Chicken, she thought. Or was he being uncharacteristically empathetic, given her close relationship with the victim’s former partner?

Delivering the news of a loved one’s death—or possible death—was the most onerous part of her job, and fortunately, she’d never discharged this duty before. Why did the first time have to be Jessie? This was going to be a day, a moment, that would be branded into Jessie’s heart and mind forever.

The need to perform the death notification properly, professionally, prompted Ebony to ask herself how she’d prefer this horrific news disclosed to her.

It wasn’t as if she was notifying a stranger. She knew Jessie as intimately as she knew her own kid sister, Carly. And similar to her arguments with Carly, they’d always forgiven each other eventually. Ebony only hoped being the messenger of a suspected death didn’t permanently sever their already fragile bond.

But Jessie was a lawyer; a smart, strong, and fierce criminal defense attorney. She’d understand. She’d want honesty. No bullshit.

Straight but gentle, Ebony reminded herself as she scaled the porch stairs, clasping Lily to her side. Upon reaching the landing, she exhaled a deep breath, pressed the doorbell, and waited.

An eternity passed before Jessie answered the door. Jessie’s eyes flitted from Ebony to Lily. Jessie’s broad smile vanished as a ripple of worry lines surfaced on her forehead, and her ears flushed pink. Hal Samuels, Jessie’s fiancé, stood behind her, looking equally surprised. They were dressed for early autumn hiking with scuffed tan boots, plaid flannel shirts, and faded jeans. They radiated happiness. Every time Ebony saw Hal and Jessie together, she was reminded that a homicide investigation had reunited them and that new beginnings could grow from despair.

“Eb, what are you doing here? How did you get Lily? Is she okay?” Jessie craned her neck to peek past Ebony’s shoulder toward the street. “What’s going on? Where’s Kyle?”

Ebony cleared her throat. “Jessie, we have a situation.”

Hal dipped his head in recognition. The former District Attorney, and now Dutchess County Court Judge, seemed to acknowledge her gravitas and cupped his hands on Jessie’s shoulders as if propping her up in anticipation of an imminent disaster.

Jessie’s mossy green eyes burned into hers, and she snatched Lily away from Ebony as though protecting her child from a mistress of evil.

“What do you mean? A situation? Tell me what happened to Lily. Is she hurt?” Jessie peeled off Lily’s wet hoodie, socks, and muddy sneaker, and ran her trembling hands over her daughter’s plump body, checking for bumps, bruises, and cuts. Finding none, she continued, “Has Kyle been in a car accident? Where is he? Is he okay?” As expected, the questions tumbled out, heavy with worry.

Despite the pain in her leg, there had been something comforting about having the baby’s legs locked around her waist and the soft body cuddled against her. The warmth. The maternal stirrings. The irresistible scent of baby shampoo. The sudden emptiness in Ebony’s arms only exacerbated the burden of her visit and reminded her that the worst was yet to come.

Ebony’s entire vocabulary lodged in the back of her throat like a fishbone. Her mind analyzed the techniques for being sensitive, caring, and supportive, as protocol and friendship required. She stood frozen in time and space, cognizant that the truth would make the tragedy real for the both of them.

“Ebony, please come in,” Hal said, guiding Jessie across the foyer. “Take a seat in the living room.”

She followed them into the living room, where vibrant flowered sheets blanketed the sofa and chairs, protecting them from tiny, sticky hands. Ebony recalled that almost four months ago, she and Zander had barged into this room, attempting to pressure Jessie’s client into testifying in what had proven to be a landmark serial killer case. But Jessie had obstructed them, her customary modus operandi when dealing with the police.

The same floral sheets billowed as Ebony occupied an armchair that faced Jessie, who had Lily nestled in her lap upon the couch. Hal settled in beside them and leaned forward with his hands clasped and his elbows resting on his knees.

Ebony coughed at the dust motes floating in the air and cleared her throat. Straight but gentle. “Jessie, I have some bad news.” She sucked in a long breath and exhaled slowly to prepare herself. “We believe Kyle may have drowned in a kayaking accident this morning on the Hudson River. We haven’t found him, but we’re out looking for him. I’m so sorry.”

Jessie’s eyebrows shot up as she absorbed the words. What? Her dilated pupils seemed to demand.

“Jessie, did you hear me? Kyle disappeared this morning.”

“What do you mean, you believe he’s missing? Don’t you know if he’s dead or alive?” Jessie’s face flushed and her grip on Lily tightened. “Kyle had Lily with him. How could he have been kayaking? Who was watching Lily?” Jessie’s voice increased in pitch until it was a squeak.

Hal slid close to Jessie and slipped his arm around her shoulders, shoring her up against the blow. “Let’s take it step by step, Jess. You must be in shock. Ebony, can you please start at the beginning? I’m sure that will answer some of our questions.”

“Before I get into the details, do you want me to call your mom and dad? They can help with Lily while I fill you in. I can send Zander over to retrieve them.”

Jessie balked at the suggestion and clutched the fidgety baby tightly to her breast. Hal tilted his head backward and jutted his chin toward the door, signaling his consent.

Taking the hint, Ebony shot off a text to Zander. Please pick up Ed and Lena Martin and bring them here. She gave him their address, and he texted back. 10-4. On the way.

Although she owed Jessie an explanation, she wanted to delay getting into the details until Ed and Lena arrived to take care of Lily. The poor tot had been through enough at the scene.

“When did you last see Kyle?” Ebony asked.

“This morning. He came by around nine to pick up Lily. It was his Saturday with her.”

“Did he mention where he was headed?”

“No. I didn’t ask. We’re supposed to sign the custody papers this week, and since we were getting along, I figured I’d cut him some slack.” Jessie paused. “I’m working on my trust issues with him.”

“So, he didn’t tell you he was going kayaking at Kaal Rock?”

“No. He was there by himself? He had Lily with him?” A sense of disbelief colored her voice.

“Did he indicate he was meeting... friends?” Ebony asked. She needed to proceed step-by-step. Straight but gentle.

“No, what friends?”

“Does the name Olivia Vargas mean anything to you?” Ebony kept her tone calm, although her stomach clenched into a knot.

“Ebony, you’re scaring me. Who is this person, and what is happening?”

“Apparently, Kyle was engaged to Olivia. They became engaged three weeks ago on Labor Day. They were supposed to be getting married on Valentine’s Day next year.”

“What the hell? You’re telling me Kyle’s missing, and he was engaged?” Jessie shouted. Lily startled and bawled as though she understood the significance of Ebony’s announcement. Jessie rose and paced across the living room carpet, shushing her daughter and planting kisses on her curly head. “It’s okay, Lilybean. Hush, hush.”

Hal narrowed his eyes and made a time-out sign. “You’re asking a lot of questions and not revealing any facts about what happened to Emory.” He paused. “Stop beating around the bush and start at the beginning like I asked.” Hal’s demeanor had pivoted from being a supportive partner into a cool and controlled prosecutor ready to cross-examine an adverse witness. “What does this Vargas woman have to do with the kayak? And Kyle’s disappearance?”

“I’ll explain after the Martin’s arrive,” Ebony said.

As they waited, an uncomfortable silence filled the room. Ebony shifted in her chair as the hinge of the front door squeaked, followed by the shuffling of feet. Jessie’s parents, Lena and Ed Martin, accompanied Zander into the living room, and Jessie’s anxious expression greeted them. Then, in one swift movement, Hal gently pried Lily from Jessie’s embrace and deposited the toddler into her grandmother’s waiting arms. Ed opened his mouth to speak, but Hal interrupted him by whispering into his ear. Ed sighed and disappeared with Lena and their granddaughter in tow.

With the arrival of Jessie’s parents, Ebony could quit procrastinating and get down to business.

Zander perched on the arm of Ebony’s chair and crossed his arms over his chest.

“Okay. Here’s what we know,” Ebony said.


Excerpt from The Empty Kayak by Jodé Millman. Copyright 2023 by Jodé Millman. Reproduced with permission from Jodé Millman. All rights reserved.

My Book Review:

In The Empty Kayak, book three of the Queen City Crimes Series, author Jode Millman transports the reader back to the tranquil Hudson Valley town of Poughkeepsie, New York, for another intriguing story that will keep the reader guessing and turning the pages.

Poughkeepsie Police Detective Ebony Jones responds to a report of a missing kayaker after a rainstorm capasizes his kayak in the Hudson River. Ebony is shocked to learn that the missing man is Kyle Emory, the ex-fiance of her estranged best friend, criminal attorney Jessie Martin. Kyle and Jessie share a one-year old daughter, Lily, who had been with Kyle and his new fiancee, Olivia Vargas and her family at the park. Olivia and Kyle had gone kayaking in the river, but only Olivia returns to the shore. Ebony informs Jessie of Kyle's disappearance, and about Olivia, a person who she had no knowledge of or their relationship and recent engagement. Questions arise when the search for Kyle's body is slow going, was it an accident, a suicide, or a murder? 

Attorney Jessie Martin receives a visit that no one ever wants. Jessie is determined to find the cause behind Kyle's disappearance, especially when her behind the scenes research into Kyle's life reveals secrets and lies, and she is determined to find the truth and seek justice, especially for her daughter. 

Can Ebony and Jessie solve the mystery behind Kyle's disappearance? And will their investigation further strain their friendship in the long run? 

Author Jode Millman weaves a slow-building and suspenseful tale that follows Detective Ebony Jones and criminal defense attorney Jessie Martin's investigation into the disappearance of Jessie's ex-fiance, Kyle Emory. They embark on an investigation that will reveal dark secrets and a tangled web of lies and deceit that will challenge their resolve to uncover the truth. 

The reader will be easily drawn into this multi-layered story with a richly descriptive plot that interweaves police procedure and a dangerous cat-n-mouse game that will keep them guessing as personal and professional dramas, past histories, motives, and clues are uncovered. The reader will follow along as Ebony and Jessie are both determined to find out the truth behind Kyle's disappearance, and as tensions build, the suspect list grows, leaving them to put all the pieces of the puzzle together. 

Author Jode Millman does an amazing job of taking the reader along for the ride as the investigative and legal process plays out with suspenseful twists and turns, and a surprising ending that will leave the reader wanting more. 

The Empty Kayak has enough drama, tension, action, dark secrets, intrigue, and unexpected twists and turns that will take the reader on one heck of a thrilling roller coaster ride.


About The Author

Jodé Millman is the acclaimed author of Hooker Avenue and The Midnight Call, which won the Independent Press, American Fiction, and Independent Publisher Bronze IPPY Awards for Legal Thriller. She’s an attorney, a reviewer for, the host/producer of The Backstage with the Bardavon podcast, and creator of The Writer’s Law. Jodé lives with her family in the Hudson Valley, where she is at work on the next installment of her “Queen City Crimes” series —novels inspired by true crimes in the region she calls home.

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Saturday, June 24, 2023

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Saturday, June 17, 2023

Thursday, June 15, 2023

The 1998 Yankees by Jack Curry (Book Review)


The 1998 Yankees by Jack Curry
Publisher: Twelve
Publication Date: May 2, 2023
Format: Hardcover - 273 pages
               Kindle - 19373 KB
               Audible - 7 Hours 45 Minutes
               Nook - 18 MB
ISBN: 978-1538722978
ASIN (Kindle): B0B8YWMTN6
ASIN (Audible): B0BBYVPJ3B
BNID: 978-1538722992
Genre: Baseball 

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Disclaimer: I received a copy of the book from the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

Book Description:

"The 1998 Yankees were a perfectly constructed team. Jack Curry does an amazing job of telling the tales of that phenomenal group." —David Cone

Discover the inside story of the Yankees' unprecedented talent with this gripping account from a reporter who was there for the team's 125 wins.​

The visiting clubhouse in San Diego was soggy, sweaty and sticky after the 1998 Yankees swept the Padres in four games and celebrated winning their 24th World Series title. The players raised bottles of Champagne, sprayed the bubbly on each other and reveled in a baseball season that might have been more memorable than any in history.

Jack Curry was part of that unforgettable scene as a reporter, navigating around the clubhouse to ask the same, pertinent question. After winning an unprecedented 125 games and pummeling teams along the way, were these Yankees, the Yankees of Jeter, Mariano, Posada, Pettitte, Bernie, O’Neill, Tino and so many other vital players, the best team ever?

“Right now, you would have to call them the best team ever,” said owner George Steinbrenner.

Twenty five years later, Curry revisits that season to discuss how that team was built and why the Yankees were such a talented, refreshing and successful club. This book includes new interviews with more than 25 players, coaches and executives, who revealed some behind-the-stories about the magical journey and who also discussed the depth of this historic squad.
“From the first man to the 25th man on the roster, I don’t think there’s a team that had more talent and a team whose players knew their roles as well as our players did,” said pitcher David Cone. “If you’re using that as a barometer for the best team of all-time, then I think you can call us the best team of all-time.”

During that wondrous season, Don Zimmer, a Yankee coach and a baseball lifer who began his career with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1954, told associates there would never be another team like the 1998 Yankees. Zimmer was right. Twenty five years later, Curry describes how and why that Yankee team could be the best ever.

My Book Review:

Are you a NY Yankees fan? Do you remember the magical 1998 season? 

In The 1998 Yankees, author Jack Curry takes the reader back to the magical 1998 season when the NY Yankees won their 24th championship, and he gives a detailed inside story of why the 1998 Yankees team is the greatest baseball team ever! 

Following a disappointing end to the 1997 post season, the 1998 NY Yankees team started the new season with unfinished business, and played with a vengeance to claim the championship. Follow along as author and Yankees analyst Jack Curry takes you behind the scenes of the magical 1998 season that brought an unprecendented 125 wins, and a season of pure dominance. Packed with interviews about the season from the players on the 1998 Yankees team, coaches, and executives, Jack provides a new perspective, insight, and statistics that lays out the reason why the 1998 Yankees team was the greatest team in baseball history. 

As a NY Yankees fan from childhood, I loved reading The 1998 Yankees! Author Jack Curry took me back to that magical season, and I went along for the ride on the incredible journey that lead the 1998 Yankees team to an unprecedented 125 wins and their 24th world series championship. I loved reading all the stories from the players and coaches interviews, the amazing statistics, and the photographs that were included in the book. You can't help but get caught up in the excitement as the 1998 season unfolded. The Yankees were relentless in their pursuit, they were focused, confident, and dedicated, which led to a season of dominance. As a Yankees fan, you can't help but relive that magical season as you turn the pages, from the players' stories to the timeline of the season, author Jack Curry sure does make a case of why the 1998 Yankees was the greatest baseball team ever! 


About The Author

Jack Curry is an analyst on the Yankees' pre and postgame shows on the YES Network, where he has worked since 2010. He was part of YES's Emmy Award-winning Yankee coverage in 2011. He is also a columnist for Until 2009, he was a national baseball correspondent for The New York Times. Before taking over that position, he was the beat writer covering the Yankees for the Times. He worked at the Times for 22 years.

Wednesday, June 14, 2023

The Lonely Hearts Book Club by Lucy Gilmore (Book Review)


The Lonely Hearts Book Club by Lucy Gilmore
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Publication Date: March 28, 2023
Format: Paperback - 353 pages
               Kindle - 3065 KB
               Audiobook - 11 Hours 7 Minutes
               Nook - 2 MB
ISBN: 978-1728256214
ASIN (Audiobook): B0BTB55X75
BNID: 978-1728256238
Genre: Women's Fiction

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Disclaimer: I purchased a copy of the book from Authentic Books. 

Book Description:

A young librarian and an old curmudgeon forge the unlikeliest of friendships in this charming, feel-good novel about one misfit book club and the lives (and loves) it changed along the way.

Sloane Parker lives a small, contained life as a librarian in her small, contained town. She never thinks of herself as lonely...but still she looks forward to that time every day when old curmudgeon Arthur McLachlan comes to browse the shelves and cheerfully insult her. Their sparring is such a highlight of Sloane's day that when Arthur doesn't show up one morning, she's instantly concerned. And then another day passes, and another.

Anxious, Sloane tracks the old man down only to discover him all but bedridden...and desperately struggling to hide how happy he is to see her. Wanting to bring more cheer into Arthur's gloomy life, Sloane creates an impromptu book club. Slowly, the lonely misfits of their sleepy town begin to find each other, and in their book club, find the joy of unlikely friendship. Because as it turns out, everyone has a special book in their heart—and a reason to get lost (and eventually found) within the pages.

Books have a way of bringing even the loneliest of souls together...

My Book Review:

In The Lonely Hearts Book Club, author Lucy Gilmore transports the reader to the lakeside town of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to follow a group of misfits who unexpectedly come together and start a book club that ultimately helps them form a bond of friendship.

Librarian Sloane Parker looks forward to her daily banter with crotchety Arthur McLachlan. But after several days of noticing that Arthur hasn't been to the library, Sloane goes against library policy and goes to Arthur's house and finds him in poor health. Sloane's thoughtfulness gets her fired from the library, but what she finds is a group of people who come together to assist Arthur while forming a book club. As they learn that each is dealing with their own individual personal issues, a bond of friendship and support grows among them, and they rediscover themselves, and learn the true meaning of love, friendship, family and moving forward with their lives.

In The Lonely Hearts Book Club, author Lucy Gilmore easily captivates her readers' attention with this beautifully written tale through a seamless and flowing storyline told in the alternating first person narrative from a cast of quirky characters who draw you into their lives with a strong emotional pull, along with their complexities, flaws, fears, heartaches, heartbreaks, longheld secrets, and the love of books. The story has a great mixture of humor and compassion that will engage the reader to follow along as the friends' story unfolds. 

The Lonely Hearts Book Club is a heartwarming story that engages the reader to follow along as an unlikely group of misfits form a bond of friendship as they discover that life is full of humor, heartache, family, friendship, books, and second chances. 


About The Author

Lucy Gilmore is a celebrated novelist in a wide range of genres, including literary fiction, contemporary romance, and cozy mystery. She began her reading (and writing) career as an English literature major and ended as a book lover without all those pesky academic papers attached. She lives in Spokane, WA with her family.

Saturday, June 10, 2023

Weekly Book Mail: 6/4-10/2023


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