“The Alligator Man,” by James Sheehan

Reviewed by Amy Susan Wilson If you’re looking for a fast-paced, intriguing legal thriller, The Alligator Man by James Sheehan is the novel for you. From a Florida swamp crime scene to a courtroom drama, a romance, and a murder—all connected by a who-done-it plot—The Alligator Man keeps the reader turning page after page in […]

“Leaving Tuscaloosa,” by Walter Bennett

Reviewed by Amy Susan Wilson In his novel Leaving Tuscaloosa, Walter Bennett creates a haunting fictional world steeped in a gripping story that raises questions regarding our moral obligations to human communities. The novel is set in the Deep South of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in 1962. This is the year before Bull Connor turned his fire […]