This is the second book in author Yasmin Angoe’s series about a trained assassin known as Echo. When she’s not targeting someone, she is Nena Knight, a young woman originally from Ghana […]
Book Review: Her Name is Knight by Yasmin Angoe
I received the second book in author Yasmin Angoe’s series as an advanced reader copy, and as I started reading it, I felt lost. I went back and saw that the first […]
Book Review – The Glass Hotel: A Novel by Emily St. John Mandel – Money Is Its Own Country
The Glass Hotel seemed to be on everyone’s list of best books for 2020. I read it and didn’t think much of it at first. However, a few things stayed with me […]
Book Review: The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown – Freemasons, Symbologists, and the CIA – OH MY!
After the success of The DaVinci Code, fueled by controversy over some of the religious beliefs he turned on its ear, writer Dan Brown has reached a point where he can probably […]
Book Review: Under the Dome – Stephen King’s Best Work in Years
It’s been a number of years since I picked up a Stephen King book and enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed Under the Dome. I actually heard positive things from a […]
Book Review: The Institute by Stephen King – Back to Classic King
Stephen King was one of my first “adult” reads and has remained one of my favorite authors. Although I freely admit that his writing changed after the accident that nearly killed him […]
Book Review: Night Fall by Nelson DeMille – Can Hundreds of Witnesses Be Wrong?
Star Rating: Living on Long Island for the first 39 years of my life, there are some events I clearly remember. One of those is the crash of TWA 800 which went […]
Book Review: Deadly Conditions by Jeff Carson – Resort Town Politics and Murder
This is the fourth book in a series detailing the life of Sheriff David Wolf. He’s the sheriff of a county that’s very similar to where I live in northern New England. […]
Book Review: NOS4A2 by Joe Hill – Stephen King’s Son Outdoes Him
For those who don’t know, “Joe Hill” is the oldest son of author Stephen King. This is the second book of his that I’ve read, and I have to say I enjoyed […]
Book Review: Alive and Killing by Jeff Carson
David Wolf is the sheriff of a Colorado resort town. He’s trying to take a few days for himself and get away on a camping trip with his son when things go […]
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