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reviewed Sniper's Honor. July 27
Sniper's Honor
I didn't have to read many pages before I know I'd be hooked on "Sniper's Honor." I just closed my eyes and imagined Clint Eastwood as Bob Lee Swagger.      Bob …
reviewed Cop Town. July 26
Cop Town
In "Cop Town" the story is about a new police officer in Atlanta.      Kate Murphy is a new police officer but doesn't disclose her Jewish background or family wealth. …
reviewed A Rendezvous to did for. November 09, 2012
A Rendezvous to did for
Photographer Cassie Cassidy goes to a rendezvous where she hope to get photos of American Indians in action.      Unfortunately, she meets a reporter who gets into an argument with …
reviewed The Vanishing Point. September 22, 2012
The Vanishing Point
"The Vanishing Point" opens with the kidnapping of a child from busy Chicago O'Hare Airport.      In a dreaded scene that parents traveling with youngsters can relate …
posted a Quick Tip about Criminal: A Novel. September 14, 2012
Criminal: A Novel
Since the setting of this novel is 1974-75, before reading, check into the history of the Atlanta Olympics.  Since some of this novel talks of the city buying land for the Olympic setting, that …
reviewed Criminal: A Novel. September 14, 2012
Criminal: A Novel
The action takes place in Atlanta, Georgia in 1975-76. Two female police officers are trying to do their jobs in the midst of the ridicule they take from the male counterparts.       …
reviewed Going to the BAD. August 27, 2012
Going to the BAD
"Going to the BAD" is a humorous mystery that is so visual that it's as if the action was taking place on a TV screen before us and someone like Julia Louis-Dreyfus, one of the stars of …
reviewed Cat's Eye. August 20, 2012
Cat's Eye
This gentle story is partially a coming-of-age and partly about interpersonal relationships.      Elaine is an artist who returns to Toronto for a retrospective of her work. Her art …
reviewed Discretion. July 02, 2012
Discretion
In reading this story about politics and power, it amazes me that it's in a novel and not on the front page of today's paper.      A lovely young girl walks into the U.S. Capitol …
reviewed Last Will. May 23, 2012
Last Will
"Last Will" has investigative reporter Annika Bengtzon attending the ball following the Nobel Prizes being awarded.      She becomes a witness to the murder of a woman who …
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest
Translated from the Swedish by Reg Keeland      Kicking a hornet's nest is not a recommended approach to dealing with life's problems, but Lisbeth Salandar is no ordinary girl …
reviewed Poison Flower. February 03, 2012
Poison Flower
Jane Whitefield makes her living helping people disappear.      In this story, James Shelby  was framed for his wife's murder and now the people who framed him, want him dead. …
reviewed The Ninth Day. November 01, 2011
The Ninth Day
Biochemist Emma Coldridge is in Arizona by the Mexican border. As a chemist for a lab that makes cosmetics, she's looking for night blooming plants. Unexpectedly, she comes upon a stash of marijuana …
reviewed "Hunter's Pursuit". July 26, 2011
Kim Baldwin's "Hunter's Pursuit" introduces a female character in a world usually populated by men.      Kat Demetrious is known as Hunter. She's a confident …
reviewed "Dove Creek". June 29, 2011
Patricia Faye leaves Kentucky and her family who "...nursed their babies, butchered chickens and churned butter and went crazy and died before the age of forty."      She …
An Impartial Witness: A Bess Crawford Mystery
As we follow the adventures of Bess Crawford, on active duty in WWI, we can see her caring and curiosity and a feeling of duty to the dead.     As the story begins, Bess is helping to …
Live to Tell: A Detective D. D. Warren Novel
On a warm summer night an entire family in Boston are killed. It looks like a murder-suicide and the father clings to live at an ICU.      The following day, in another part of town, …
reviewed Heads You Lose. May 10, 2011
Heads You Lose
Lisa Lutz is the successful author of the humorous Spellman crime stories. In this novel, she has co-authored with David Howard, a poet and Lisa's former boyfriend. Lisa and David write alternate …
reviewed "Eve". May 04, 2011
   An ARC of Eve, Iris Johansen’s latest in the Eve Duncan thriller series was sent to me by Amazon Vine for review. Here’s my take on it:      What if you were …
reviewed "The Mammoth Hunters". April 19, 2011
The action in "The Mammoth Hunters" continues the saga of earth's children and takes place over 25,000 years ago during the Ice Age.      Ayla is traveling with Jandlar, …
reviewed "Eve". April 09, 2011
Eve Duncan is a well respected forensic scientists who is in demand by many police departments.      She's been with her lover, Detective Joe Quinn for years and has suffered the …
reviewed Absolute Certainty : A Crime Novel. March 21, 2011
Absolute Certainty : A Crime Novel
In the close knit community of Chatham, MA. young men are being murdered without logical reason and with nothing other than location, to tie them together.      Martha "Marty" …
posted a Quick Tip about The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest. March 07, 2011
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest
Great full circle book. Stieg Larsson is a great writer know makes his characters come to life.
reviewed Undressing the Moon. March 05, 2011
Undressing the Moon
Piper Kincaid is only thirty when she feels a lump in her breast and finds she has cancer.      Her friend, Becca, stays with her to provide care. As the story unfolds, Piper is weak …
reviewed "Spirit Storm". February 15, 2011
Yuki isn't a typical high school student. She smells dead people and is about to face an army of lost souls on Samhain, the night of Halloween, when the spirits of the dead are able to run free.   …
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