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: Sudden Death by Allison Brennan – Suspenseful Mystery with A Little Romance Thrown In
Allison Brennan was an author recommended to me by a friend and I decided to check her out. Sudden Death was listed as a romance, which really almost put me off of […]
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: The Gold Coast by Nelson DeMille – The Gilded Age in Decline
“I met Frank Bellarosa on a sunny Saturday in April at Hicks’ Nursery…” Long Islanders will know why the very first line in The Gold Coast made me smile. This was the […]
Book Review: Vanquish by Bradley Wright – With So Many Good Writers Out There, How Did This Get Published?
The first book in the Xander King series by Bradley Wright was recommended to me somewhere along the line. My review of Whiskey & Roses was tepid, but sometimes series will get […]
Book Review: Cop Hater by Ed McBain – 1950s Police Mystery
I’m not quite sure where I first heard about the “87th Precinct” books. It likely came up as a recommendation after reading some of Michael Connelly’s Bosch series. I enjoy books where […]
Book Review: Cold Lake by Jeff Carson – Reopening Old Wounds
I have to say that I’m glad I plugged along with this series when the first book kind of threw me off. Author Jeff Carson has managed to combine intrigue and small-town […]
Book Review – Stalin’s Hammer: Paris by John Birmingham
This final novella in the series of three following events in the original Axis of Time trilogy wraps things up nicely while at the same time leaving open possibilities for more stories […]
Book Review: Dead Fast by A.J. Stewart – Run Marcus Run
This is the fourth book in the Miami Jones series by author A.J. Stewart. Do you need to read the others before reading this book? It would probably be a good idea. […]
Book Review: Plum Island by Nelson DeMille – Another Smart-Mouthed Detective, John Corey
I first became interested in reading Nelson DeMille after it was discussed in one of my groups about the town that I grew up in that he graduated from the same high […]
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