Check out the September 28 letters to the editor of The Gabber Newspaper. This week: Review of ‘Paradise is Deadly’ and Fo’Cheezy.
Tampa Bay writers
‘Paradise is Deadly’ is a new anthology from the Florida Gulf Coast Sisters in Crime offers a little bit murder.
Boca Ciega High grad Jennifer Westlake captures the struggle to find ourselves in the years after high school in her YA novel, ‘Sand Moon.’
Jim Jeansonne’s new middle grades adventure novel, Coral Crunch (2023, self published through Kindle Direct) has it all. There’s science, suspense, derring do, and young romance (she doesn’t just like him, she like likes him). But perhaps its most engaging quality is its setting: Nearly all of this riveting plot unfolds underwater.
What’s creepier than a serial killer who leaves dismembered dolls at the scene of the crime and casts curses on unsuspecting reporters? Well, not much. Linda Hurtado Bond’s newest thriller serves up extra chills and a bold female lead. The Gabber reviews.
St. Petersburg author Sheila McNaughton explores Alzheimer’s disease and its impact on one family in her novel “You Don’t Know What I Have Done”, which won a Florida Writers Association prize in 2020. She talks with the Gabber about the need to tell our stories and the surprising gifts family give us.
Tara Lush’s “Cold Brew Corpse” will leave readers feeling cheerful, satisfied, and just a little bit warm and fuzzy inside.