Author: Dana Mentink

Missing in the Desert by Dana Mentink – Book Review

Missing in the Desert by Dana Mentink – Book Review

by Phyllis Helton
July 29, 2021
Book Reviews

Missing in the Desert (Desert Justice Book 2)by Dana Mentink Synopsis: Five years ago, her sister disappeared… Now someone is coming for her. Who would believe that Mara Castillo’s sister—missing and presumed dead—suddenly sent a one-word text? Now Mara wants answers, even if it means stepping into a killer’s sights with […]

Pint of No Return by Dana Mentink – Book Review

Pint of No Return by Dana Mentink – Book Review

When I say my favorite character in this first book of the Shake Shop Mystery series is Noodles the service-dog school dropout, don’t let that worry you any. Because despite the fact Noodles was such a treasure, Pint of No Return is jam-packed with quirky, loveable characters, the charming small-town, […]

Framed in Death Valley by Dana Mentink – Book Review

Framed in Death Valley by Dana Mentink – Book Review

Growing up in Southern California, my family spent many weekends camping in the desert, though we were usually further South than Death Valley. I love the way Dana Mentink captured the beauty of this land which is often described with words like “barren” and “lifeless” in her thrilling suspense tale, […]

Cold Case Connection by Dana Mentink – Book Review, Preview

Cold Case Connection by Dana Mentink – Book Review, Preview

Cold Case Connection is a fast-paced adventure as Helen and Sergio attempt to find the person who murdered his sister (her best friend) Fiona, three years earlier, and whom they suspect also murdered a high-school girl in the nearby caves fifteen years earlier. Danger lurks on every side and likely […]

Deadly Christmas Pretense by Dana Mentink – Book Review, Preview

Deadly Christmas Pretense by Dana Mentink – Book Review, Preview

Have you ever played the “would you rather” game? You know, “would you rather this or this?” with each choice being equally appalling. I have often considered that the one sense I would be most loath to lose is my eyesight. While I’m not afraid that I wouldn’t be able to […]