Dose of Confusion

(1) Dose of Confusion, Murder on the Side (Sentinel/One West Waikiki)

By Becky
Reviewed by Kathryn A on 4th January 2000

That was fun! Not just a trivial story, mind you, there was actually a plot and action, but there were bits in it that made me laugh, too. And I haven't seen OWW and I managed fine. The style was definitely one that drew you in, intriguing you with pictures of the action, and not explaining too much. The plot might have been a little better, but I don't care - it was still fun.

(2) Dash of Conspiracy, Enemies on All Sides (Sentinel/One West Waikiki)

By Becky
Reviewed by Kathryn A on 8th April 2000

Sequel to Dose of Confusion, Murder on the Side. Good. Not so much play on the identical-twinness of Mack and Jim, more emphasis on, well, the case. Nice how both our boys figured it out (well, Blair figured it out first, but Jim wasn't far off, after being pointed the way). Tenseness, as we wondered if Blair was going to have another stint in hospital (the dreams were a good contributing factor to this). I read this on a long flight, and had to choose to put it down, because I knew I had to try to get some sleep. Otherwise I would probably have read the whole thing in one sitting. Basically a case story, with lots of things going on to occupy the many characters running around.

Addendum: this story was nominated in the 2000 Cascade Times Awards in the Crossover category.