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reviewed Total Control. May 16, 2009
Total Control a novel by David Baldacci
This is one of those books that I simply didn't like but was compelled to continue reading to the end. It is one of those books where the heroine, Sidney Archer, tries to unravel a mystery even though …
reviewed Relic (Pendergast, Book 1). May 16, 2009
Relic a novel by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
I liked the fast pace of this novel. This is a lot of fascinating information presented about the history of the New York Museum of Natural History. A strange crate brought to the museum seems to have …
reviewed Murder by Family: The Incredible True.... May 04, 2009
Murder by Family: The Incredible True Story of a S
Murder by Family by Kent Whitaker is an unbelievable story of betrayal and forgiveness. What would you do if someone killed your spouse and child, shooting you as well? Could you forgive? Could you do …
reviewed Fatal Illusions: A Novel. April 17, 2009
posted in Christian Fiction
Blumer's Fatal Illusions
Fatal Illusions by Adam Blumer is a creepy-crawly thrill ride you don't want to read alone in the house! Gillian Thayer, husband Mark, and daughter Crystal have been through more than enough drama for …
reviewed True Detectives: A Novel. April 15, 2009
Kelleman's True Detectives
True Detectives by Jonathan Kellerman is a break from his usual Alex Delaware series and stars Aaron Fox and Moe Reed from his 2008 book Bones. Alex and partner Milo Sturgis are listed as tertiary characters, …
reviewed My Son, John. April 07, 2009
posted in Christian Fiction
My Son John - By: Kathi Macias -
My Son, John by Kathi Macias is about facing your darkest nightmare, something you could never imagine, and making it through to the other side. Liz Peterson's life shatters in a single brutal act. When …
Mucho Mojo: A Hap and Leonard Novel (2) (Vintage
Lansdale, Joe R. "Mucho Mojo", Vintage Reprint. 2009.    Hap and Leonard    Amos Lassen      "Mucho Mojo" is the second re-released …
reviewed White Guys. February 02, 2009
White Guys Anthony Giardina
In blue collar Winship, Massachusetts in the 1970s, Timmy O'Kane idolizes tough guy Billy Mogavero, fascinated by the easy danger he carries like a badge of honor. Twenty years later, Timmy has married …
reviewed The Charlemagne Pursuit: A Novel. December 19, 2008
The Charlemagne Pursuit: A Novel
I think that this book may be the best that Mr. Berry has written to date. Even though the plot is rather incredible (but who cares, it's fiction after all!) it certainly speeds along quite quickly and …
reviewed Dial M: The Murder of Carol Thompson. December 02, 2008
Dial M The Murder of Carol Thompson
Pick up a copy of William Swanson's "Dial M: The Murder of Carol Thompson" and if you are anything like me you will find it very difficult to put it down.  For this is a riveting saga detailing …
reviewed The Innocent Man (book). September 15, 2008
The Innocent Man
As I eagerly began reading Grisham's first non-fiction book, I recall saying to myself that he should write more of the same. The true story of Ron Williamson clearly needed to be told, if only to expose …
reviewed Swan Peak: A Dave Robicheaux Novel. September 07, 2008
Swan Peak: A Dave Robicheaux Novel
For those of us who write stories and are occasionally published, we are constantly told to never open a fiction piece with either a dream or the weather. The reasoning being, according to agents and …
reviewed Swan Peak: A Dave Robicheaux Novel. August 13, 2008
Swan Peak: A Dave Robicheaux Novel
"Swan Peak" is the seventeenth book in James Lee Burke's Dave Robicheaux series and, by now, longtime fans of the series probably know Dave Robicheaux and Clete Purcell better than they know their own …
reviewed Swan Peak: A Dave Robicheaux Novel. August 01, 2008
Swan Peak: A Dave Robicheaux Novel
I am a fan of James Lee Burke and look forward to every Dave Robicheaux novel. Mind you, it isn't a bad read - it simply does not compare well with his other work. Not a big deal really since every author …
reviewed Swan Peak: A Dave Robicheaux Novel. July 10, 2008
Swan Peak: A Dave Robicheaux Novel
Clete Purcel is most noticeable in his porkpie hat, driving a restored maroon Caddy convertible. In Montana fishing with Dave Robicheaux and his wife Molly, Hurricane Katrina and New Iberia parish far …
reviewed Tilt-a-Whirl. November 04, 2007
Danny Boyle, part-time cop for the Sea Haven, New Jersey police department, has been partnered for the summer with John Ceepak, former military policeman in Iraq. Danny is bemused by Ceepak, a man of …
reviewed Four Brothers (Special Collector's Ed.... February 25, 2006
Four Brothers (Special Collector's Edition) (2005)
I wasn't expecting much on this movie, I mean it does have Marky Mark in it and I'd hate to think he's be the start of the movie. But I was hoping for it to be exciting, emotional, and engaging... And …
reviewed Four Brothers (Special Collector's Ed.... January 03, 2006
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Four Brothers (Special Collector's Edition) (2005)
This movie was about as painful to watch as the revenge exacted by the brothers in this movie on the killers of their "mother."    An old woman is gunned down during a robbery and …
reviewed Four Brothers (Special Collector's Ed.... December 27, 2005
Four Brothers (Special Collector's Edition) (2005)
John Singleton has a gift for depicting the gritty side of life and making it credible: there are reasons for heads-up defensive action in neighborhoods where perpetrators and victims live side by side …
reviewed Haunted Ground: A Novel. September 07, 2005
Haunted Ground: A Novel
I understand that this book is to be the first in a series, and I do look forward to the next one. The tale is excellent, with finely-drawn characters, and just the right touch of eerie Irish countryside …
reviewed The Rule of Four. August 06, 2005
The Rule of Four
One of my local librarians suggested a book she thought I might like... The Rule Of Four by Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason. Unfortunately, this is one of those rare instances where we didn't agree. …
reviewed Cast of Shadows. April 19, 2005
Cast of Shadows
Until the brutal rape and murder of his 18-year-old daughter, Dr. Davis Moore has a comfortable and successful life as cloning specialist at his own fertility clinic.    While still …
reviewed The Rule of Four. July 12, 2004
The Rule of Four
I enjoyed reading this book, but I think that the center of the work was advertised as being the unravelling of the mysterious book. That doesn't appear to be the situation, as we are treated to a tour …
reviewed The Rule of Four. June 04, 2004
The Rule of Four
It is a marketing misjustice of sorts (or perhaps not in terms of sales) to compare "The Rule of Four" to Dan Brown's "Da Vinci Code" and Donna Tartt's "Secret History". Those readers expecting Brown's …
reviewed The Alienist. November 16, 2002
The Alienist
Throughout the first half I was convinced this book would only rate three amazon stars (I was planning to review it even while reading it!), since it was ponderous and somewhat poky in pace . . . and …
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