Books by Sylvie Kurtz

C
Pull of the Moon

Sylvie Kurtz's A Rose at Midnight was the guiltiest of pleasures for me, a gothic romance so wildly over-the-top I could practically feel the cheese oozing from the pages as I read it. I couldn't call it good, but darned if it wasn't entertaining. Kurtz tones down the melodrama in her latest gothic- ...

B-
Pride of a Hunter

Pride of a Hunter is the fourth book in Sylvie Kurtz's miniseries The Seekers, about a group of former U.S. Marshals now working together on private cases. My grade for the first book was a C-, a C for the second, and a C+ for the third. The books are getting better and I've finally found one I can ...

C+
A Rose At Midnight

A Rose at Midnight is the guiltiest pleasure I've had from a book in some time. It's melodramatic, fairly cheesy, and almost completely over-the-top. For readers with a taste for this kind of thing, it's sort of fun for the same reasons. The book's not really good in the conventional sense, but I’ ...

D
Blackmailed Bride

Let's say you're wholesome all American Cathlynn O’Connell, going to an antiques auction in a spooky old abbey in New Hampshire. A piece of Irish glass comes up for sale, one that you love, one that your grandma used to own, one that can't live without. After the bidding is over (you lost) you ...

B
One Texas Night

Grady Sloan wasn't used to murders. Sure, he had been with the police department for 12 years and was currently interim chief, but homicides just didn't happen in his small Texas town of Fargate. When Angela Petersen is murdered, the only witness is a woman with amnesia. Is she responsible for the g ...