Booklist Reviews Neighing with Fire

“O’Sullivan’s well-crafted mysteries invoke the senses with rich details of the scenery and pace of life in the popular North Carolina tourist area. Colleen’s confusion about her romantic life adds an endearing facet to her otherwise tough-as-nails personality. This one will attract both readers of romance-centric cozies and those who favor Bill Crider’s small-town procedurals.” – Amy Alessio, Booklist


Publishers Weekly Reviews Neighing with Fire

“… diverting…The upcoming New Age-y nuptials of firefighter Chip and the town residents’ intense interest in Colleen and Bill’s budding relationship provide an amusing counterpoint.” – Publishers Weekly  Read full review


The Mutt Cafe Reviews Neighing with Fire

“Neighing with Fire is a terrific cozy mystery with an interesting setting and an appealing heroine…a great choice for mystery lovers of all ages, particularly those who love animals.” – The Mutt Café  Read full review


Melissa Blanchard Book Corner Reviews Murder on the Hoof

“A mystery that kept me guessing until the very end. Well developed characters and plot make this book a great read.” – Melissa Blanchard Book Corner  Read full review


The Book Lover’s Best Friend Reviews Neighing with Fire

“The setting for this book was beautiful and helped me forget for a little while that I am buried under 6 feet of snow… A great read for any time of year.” – The Book Lover’s Best Friend  Read full review


Neighing with Fire, Murder on the Hoof & Foal Play Feature Corolla’s Wild Spanish Mustangs

Did you know that NEIGHING WITH FIRE, MURDER ON THE HOOF and FOAL PLAY feature the real life wild Spanish mustangs of Corolla, North Carolina and that these magnificent animals are endangered?  The Corolla Wild Horse Fund is a nonprofit organization that is working to ensure the protection of these wild horses and their habitat.  If you’d like to know more about the horses, see pictures of the herd including adorable foals, and/or make a donation to help protect them, please visit the Corolla Wild Horse Fund’s website.