Books by Amy J. Fetzer

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Damage Control

December 1991 was a terrible month for spy novelists. By New Year’s Eve, the Cold War was over and suddenly we were without a tangible enemy. Russia still has its issues, but they aren’t referred to as “commies” the way the heroine of Damage Control does at one point. If it weren’t for the ...

C-
Come As You Are

I really wanted to like Come as You Are. I enjoy reading books set in different settings, and with a primary locale of Venezuela, this book seemed like a surefire hit. Unfortunately, while the latest in Amy J. Fetzer's Dragon One series might make a great movie with its non-stop action and adventur ...

C-
Alias

Alias may have the same title as a certain TV show, but it’s actually more reminiscent of a recent movie. If your idea of a kick-butt heroine is Jennifer Lopez in the movie Enough, this may be the book for you. If not, there’s little here to make the book more than an average read. Da ...

C+
The Irish Knight

The Irish Knight was a story that vacillated between being a compelling read and an overly dramatic one. There were whole sections that held my attention completely, and then, suddenly, I would lose interest in what was happening. This occurred throughout and made for a most uneven read. ...

B+
Taming the Beast

By all counts, Taming the Beast ought not to work at all. It is improbable in a high degree; Laura does not even see Richard's face until page 143 since he spends most of his time skulking around in the dark and shadows sharing long talks and deep kisses with her. But such is the mood that Amy Fetze ...