Snowball in Hell
It's 1943 and the world is at war. Journalist Nathan Doyle has just returned home from North Africa--still recovering from wounds received in the Western Desert Campaign--when he's asked to cover a high society murder. Lt. Matthew Spain of the LAPD homicide squad hates the holidays since the... show more
It's 1943 and the world is at war. Journalist Nathan Doyle has just returned home from North Africa--still recovering from wounds received in the Western Desert Campaign--when he's asked to cover a high society murder. Lt. Matthew Spain of the LAPD homicide squad hates the holidays since the death of his beloved wife and this year isn't looking much cheerier what with the threat of attack by the Japanese and a high-profile homicide investigation. Matt likes Nathan; maybe too much and in 1943 Hollywood being different isn't healthy. Besides, Nathan had every reason to commit murder.
Publish date: 04-04-2011
Publisher: Carina Press
Edition language: English
This ended way sooner than I wanted it to. And there was too much left unsaid, unresolved for the MC. Thus the 0.6 star subtraction in the rating.Another thing that bothered me a bit were several passages when I wasn't sure what they were referring to. I will overlook the fact that Matt declared his...
I finished this book the other night - well, rather in the early morning hours because I couldn't possibly put it down before having finished it.That alone should give you a vague idea as to what I think about this book. First and foremost I want to admit that I've pretty much enjoyed every book by ...
I love Josh Lanyon's writing. Something about the mystery noir sensibility just makes me happy. And setting this one during WWII? Total win. Finding a genre for this novella is a bit difficult. I'd say it was a m/m historical romantic suspense. And I think that's where my problem lies...I'd have pr...
Well that ending was rather abrupt. Somehow left feeling doubtful these two worked it out.
This is a Quickie Review. For the full review, please visit The Romanceaholic.To start off this review, an important point should be made. This is not a traditional romance, in the sense of Happily Ever Afters. It is much more of a mystery novel, with Nathan and Matt’s romance playing a beautiful su...
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