Cindy Matthews

Cindy Matthews

Cindy A. Matthews' articles and essays have appeared in over forty publications. She works as a freelance manuscript evaluator, book reviewer, and copy editor. Her writer's guide, Defeating the Slushpile Monster, was a finalist in the self-help/non-fiction category of the 2009 EPIC awards and is now available in print and in Kindle formats. More information about her editorial services and non-fiction works can be found at her web site/blog www.cindyamatthews.com Writing as Cynthianna, Cindy has published contemporary and fantasy romantic-comedies. Cindy also writes sf/paranormal erotic-romance as Celine Chatillon. See her work on Amazon.com.
Review: The Newcomer by Mary Kay Andrews

Review: The Newcomer by Mary Kay Andrews

The Newcomer, Mary Kay Andrews, St. Martin Press – Letty Carnahan opened the door to her sister’s expensive New York townhouse to find Tanya dead and the beginning of a whole heap of trouble. 

Review: Spin by Patricia Cornwell

Review: Spin by Patricia Cornwell

Spin, Patricia Cornwell, Thomas & Mercer – NASA scientist and investigator Captain Calli Chase has a serious task on her hands when she investigates the sabotage of a rocket launch. Shadowy tech billionaire Neva Rong is in the frame for causing the crash.

Review: Never After by Melissa De La Cruz

Review: Never After by Melissa De La Cruz

Never After, Melissa De La Cruz, Roaring Brook Press – Filomena Jefferson-Cho of North Pasadena, California, feels her life is stifling. Her adoptive parents are way over-protective, hardly daring to allow Filomena out of their sight.

Review: Bone Canyon by Lee Goldberg

Review: Bone Canyon by Lee Goldberg

Bone Canyon, Lee Goldberg, Thomas & Mercer – Rookie Los Angeles Sheriff Department Detective Eve Ronin gained her rapid career advancement thanks to leverage created by media exposure—one incident earned her the nickname “Deathfist.”

Review: Girl Gone Mad by Avery Bishop

Review: Girl Gone Mad by Avery Bishop

Review: Girl Gone Mad, Avery Bishop, Lake Union – Fourteen years ago, Emily Bennett belonged to a middle school girl gang known as the Harpies. Bullying and frequently vicious, the Harpies were detested by teachers and pupils alike.

Review: The Unspoken by Ian K. Smith

Review: The Unspoken by Ian K. Smith

Review: The Unspoken, Ian K. Smith, Thomas & Mercer – Former Chicago PD Detective Ashe Cayne’s strong sense of justice cost him his job when he refused to take part in a cover-up.