Books by Helen R. Myers

C
No Sanctuary

An atmospheric east Texas setting and the author's clearly passionate feelings about some less than honest televangelists are the stand-outs in what is otherwise a pretty ordinary romantic suspense effort. Six years ago metal sculptor Bay Butler was convicted of a murder she did not commit. Af ...

A
Whispers In The Woods

The Silhouette Shadows line probably took more risks than any other line of romances, series or mainstream. While this did result in some bombs, it also led to some truly singular books being published, including this one. Whispers in the Woods is one of the most unusual romances I've ever read. Thi ...

A-
Final Stand

In choosing a grade for Ms. Myers' latest I was torn. A flaw too many made me lean towards a B+. The sparkling dialogue and engaging protagonists had truly held my attention, though, and I'd finished the book with one of those satisfied sighs only an enjoyable read can give you. So was it a DIK inst ...

C+
Dead End

Good news: Dead End is written to appeal to readers in several genres. It could easily be classified as mystery, women's fiction, or romantic suspense and has a little of something for any of those genres. Bad news: Those little bits of something add up to a rather lengthy book that occasionally los ...

B
More Than You Know

Helen R. Myers has written over thirty novels, not one of which I have read. Until now. Hmm. Where have I been all this time? Her previous works were mostly series romances, but she has apparently begun moving into the full-length romantic suspense sub-genre. I graded this book a B, but there were p ...