Isabel at Midnight by Ken Knight
Reviewed by Karl Wolff
Isabel at Midnight offers a fascinating mixture of organized crime, white supremacists, and “psycho-kink.” The novel centers on Isabel Marcano, a scion of a Virginia-based Mafia family. She suffers from helios-porphyria, meaning she would get serious burns if she exposed her skin to sunlight.
"Fury" by Robert K. Tanenbaum
Reviewed by Steve Chaput
I don't recall reading any of Robert Tanenbaum's previous 16 novels in this series, so I was unfamiliar with the characters and their history. Fortunately, Tanenbaum fills in the new reader once the story begins to unfold. On the other hand, as Joe Bob has said in some of his movie reviews, "there's a whole lot of plot getting in the way of the story."