Sandy Reid Mystery Series

…an excellent plot keeps readers glued to the pages until the very end…A great read!”

A very creative and enjoyable first novel…grabs hold of you early on and you can’t get away from it…I will definitely be looking for another novel by Rod Hoisington!”
— Betty Gelean for

…a clever plot enfolds, firmly supported by interesting characters. If you like mysteries, you’ll enjoy this one. No loose ends.”
— Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers

…(Stayed up) ’til the wee hours of the morn’, coz I was busy reading a quite interesting novel entitled One Deadly Sister by Rod Hoisington.”
— DelGal’s blog

…I just opened the book and could not stop reading till I realized that I’d already spent 5 minutes of my working time getting engrossed!”
— Vikram Narayan,

The Price of Candy

Murder in South Florida is nothing new. It is, however, a plot twist for many novels. In the “Price of Candy” it evolves into a multi-layered story the keeps the reader’s attention from start to finish.”
– P. A. Lavins for

Excellent read with an intriguing story line & a very interesting main character, this book…keeps you spell bound to the very end.”
— H.H. for

Such Wicked Friends

The story’s plot is clever and well thought-out…entertaining dialogue, luxurious tropical scenery, and occasional steamy-yet-tasteful references in this mystery make it an ideal page turner for a day at the beach.”
— Karen Shaw Suriner for Feathered Quill Book Reviews

I like reading thrillers and this series is up there, story lines are good and keeps you wanting more. Can’t wait to read the next one.”
— Henry Blair for

Another gripping page turner by one of my new favorite authors…This book would make a great movie! Hope the series continues.”
— Mad258 for

The third book in the Sandy Reid series is just as captivating as the first two…once I started reading it, I had trouble putting it down…the only draw back is that Mr. Hoisington can not write them as fast as I can read them. Highly recommended…”
— Janie534 for

Chasing Suspect Three

…a complicated plot and well-written story that covers more ground than one might expect; the case thought so simple swings around at a wild pace in different directions multiple times. Always intriguing, he brings in several new characters, some friendly, some dangerous, some you may want to wring their necks. Different jurisdictions play a part in the action, too. This is the fourth in the Sandy Reid series, each deals with distinctly different types of crime and villainy, and never disappoints. This one keeps its promise to the reader with a twisted plot and surprise ending. An entertaining and wild ride through the tantalizing legal world.”

…From the first page to the last, Mr. Hoisington kept me reading. Once I started the book, I didn’t put it down until I finished it 3 hours later. I look forward to Sandy’s next adventure!”
— Cheryl for

In my opinion this is Rod’s best novel to date, the main charachter Sandy just grips you from start to the end with more than a few twists along the way. On more than 1 occasion I thought I had picked the villian out only to be proved wrong again. You will enjoy this book as it is easy to read and has some humour in it as well.”
— Tom Elder for

Alive After Friday

I have read all of the Sandy Reid Mysteries and this one was by far the best. I enjoyed each and everyone of this series but I could not put this one down. It held my interest completely with all the different things going on and couldn’t wait to find out what happened next. I highly recommend this book.”
— Barbara (Texas) for

I loved Alive After Friday it had a great story line and kept me entertained to the very end. It had a nice flow to it and I couldn’t believe how fast I read it, I was so involved in the plot and subplots. The characters are like old friends to me now…I can’t wait for Sandy and Martin’s next adventure.”
– Mary D (Boston)

I was unable to put the book down once started me into trouble at work lol need to read the whole series..I would recommend to anyone who likes thriller/murder/suspence.”
– Joann O (UK)