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reviewed "My Beloved World". July 03
This is the autobiography of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. She rose from a low income family in the Bronx to become a supreme court justice.    Being from the New Haven area, …
reviewed Field of Prey. July 03
Field of Prey
This story is scary! I still get nervous when thinking about the murders taking place. The killers were cold blooded and planned their crimes with skill. It seemed as if the victims, who were young women …
reviewed Eden in Winter" Richard North Patterson. July 02
Eden in Winter
This is the concluding book in Patterson's Blaine family trilogy.    Ben Blaine had died. His body is found at the bottom of a cliff. An inquest is held concerning his death.  He …
reviewed To Kill the duke. July 26, 2012
To Kill the duke
Memories of the Cold War and many Hollywood celebrities dot the pages of this cleverly told tale.      There is additional enjoyment in reading this story where the cast of characters …
reviewed White Heat. July 13, 2012
White Heat
P.I. Duke Rogers gets the address for what he's been told is a missing classmate. He gives the address to a new client and the next day learns that the missing classmate was a TV actress and the client, …
reviewed The Survivor. July 11, 2012
The Survivor
Not an author to shy away from difficult subjects, Gregg Hurwitz's latest thriller has heroism and suicide colliding in a revenge filled novel centered on the love of two men, for their families.   …
reviewed Most Wanted. May 30, 2012
Most Wanted
"Most Wanted" tells the official story of the search for the most wanted man in America and the years devoted to his capture. Whitey Bulger was a mobster in Boston. Thomas J. Foley of the Massachusetts …
reviewed The Deep Zone. May 08, 2012
The Deep Zone
American soldiers in Afghanistan begin getting a deadly disease and a group of scientists are assembled to try to find a substance that could give a cure. It is located at the bottom of one of the world's …
reviewed The Pelican Brief. May 02, 2012
The Pelican Brief
Two supreme court justices are murdered on the same day.      Many people are trying to see a connection between the two men and Tulane law student, Darcy Shaw, thinks she knows who …
reviewed Redemption Day by Steve O'Brien. April 22, 2012
Redemption Day by Steve O'Brien
A novel can be written so that the reader must solve a puzzle but it is the intelligent novel that is able to do so and compel the reader's attention. This is the case of "Redemption Day."   …
reviewed "Flat Spin". April 14, 2012
Cordel Logan had been a member of "Alpha" a military assassination team.      His superior was Arlo Echevarria. Logan's ex-wife left him for Echeverria and now she asks …
reviewed The Drop. April 14, 2012
The Drop
“Everybody counts or nobody counts” has always been Detective Harry Bosch’s personal mantra. In THE DROP, the latest book in a series that began long ago with the excellent novel The …
reviewed a land more kind than home. April 11, 2012
a land more kind than home
In western North Carolina sits Marshall, a quiet protective mountain town where inhabitants are skeptical of outside interference.      Three people narrate the story. The first is …
reviewed Redemption Day by Steve O'Brien. April 02, 2012
Redemption Day by Steve O'Brien
   I know there are fringe groups such as the Posse Comitatus throughout the country that have a far different view of what the government is and what it should be allowed to do.  But other …
reviewed "Unwanted". March 25, 2012
A parents worst nightmare happens when a mother gets off a Swedish train to make a call. Then the train, carrying her six-year-old leaves without her. When the train arrives at the final station, the …
reviewed The Deep Zone. March 15, 2012
The Deep Zone
Hallie is a scuba diving instructor and caver who used to work for DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency).  She had been let go for an alleged case of leaking classified information.  …
reviewed The Drop. January 02, 2012
The Drop
Harry Bosch is assigned to a cold case of a 1989 rape and murder that DNA evidence shows an eight year old child was involved. Harry must find if the evidence was compromised or what happened.   …
reviewed The Drop. December 26, 2011
The Drop
This novel is interesting from page one to its surprise ending on page 388, with no let up. Bosch is portrayed as a man of integrity, but he sees life in black and whites, and this personality trait affects, …
reviewed Half-Past Dawn. November 16, 2011
Half-past dawn
The story opens as a man comes down stairs for his morning paper and sees the headline that he's dead and his wife is missing.      Flashback to the night before, after attending …
reviewed The Drop. November 01, 2011
The Drop
Detective Harry Bosch has the opportunity to continue his work in the Open/Unsolved Unit with his extension to stay on approved.  Harry has been working the cold cases long enough to get have a …
reviewed Coup D'Etat. October 17, 2011
Coup D'Etat
"Coup D'Etat is a thriller so realistic that the events could have been taken from a futuristic newspaper  reporting of a doomsday scenario.       Omar El-Kayali, …
reviewed The Drop. September 28, 2011
The Drop
This is another excellent book about Harry Bosch, my favorite LAPD homicide investigator. The title of the book may throw the reader off though.      The DROP in this book refers to …
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