Category Archives: Jim Nesbitt Reviews

THE LAST SCOOP By Dick Belsky – a Jim Nesbitt Review

There’s something Dick Belsky delivers in all of his mysteries — spine-bending plot twists that leave you feeling like you’re riding a nuclear-powered rollercoaster instead of reading a book. His soon-to-be latest, another Clare Carlson mystery, THE LAST SCOOP, is … Continue reading

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A JIM NESBITT BOOK REVIEW When you open one of Peter J. Earle’s novels, get ready to be swept up in a panoramic tour of South Africa after apartheid and Mandela. This is the author’s home country and he captures … Continue reading

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Jim Nesbitt on HOWARD OWEN and Willie Black

Jim Nesbitt is the author of three hard-boiled Texas crime thrillers, The Right Wrong Number, The Last Second Chance and The Best Lousy Choice. All three are available in paperback or Kindle at JIM NESBITT REVIEW: OREGON HILL BY … Continue reading

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