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reviewed The Beautiful Mystery. November 21, 2012
The Beautiful Mystery
Chief Inspector Armand Gamache and his second-in-command, Jean-Guy Beauvoir are called to investigate a murdered body at a cloistered monastery.      The choir director has been murdered …
reviewed Flowers At Midnight a book. November 19, 2012
Flowers At Midnight a book
In a fast moving, noir, crime novel, the action begins when an exotic dancer has a romantic liaison with a wealthy, high ranking politician. She agrees to his sexual fantasy and her boyfriend …
reviewed The Rule of Four. November 17, 2012
The Rule of Four
Tom Sullivan is about to graduate from Princeton. He has an obsession inherited from his father, about the book, "Hyperotomachie Polyphile" which was published in 1499. Tom's father's …
reviewed Luther: The Calling. November 12, 2012
Luther: The Calling
Neil Cross is the creator and writer for the BBC crime series "Luther" for which he has won an Edgar Award.      "Luther: The Calling" is the first book in a series …
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 Death Dealer. November 08, 2012
The Death Dealer
Sometimes it's obvious when an author is having fun with a particular story. Such is the case with "The Death Dealer" by Heather Graham.      The Ravens are members of …
reviewed Night Blind. November 05, 2012
Night Blind
The story opens in France where a rogue French agent gets a lead on hidden wealth in Canada. He's also told it's time to go into hiding from France.      In Seattle, Blake …
reviewed The art of breaking glass. November 03, 2012
The art of breaking glass
Bill Kaiser is a man motivated by social justice. He also has a unique set of skills, from computer knowledge, to chemistry and explosives. He also could be crazy.      He has a particular …
reviewed DEATH BY DEADLINE. October 26, 2012
DEATH BY DEADLINE
I'm enjoying a mini vacation in Florida and thought a novel about the Florida panther would be an entertaining bonus.      The story opens when a man is killed and officials aren't …
reviewed "Say You're Sorry". October 23, 2012
Two teenage girls go missing outside their home in the outskirts of London.      Various theories arise but nothing results until three years later there is a double murder …
reviewed Let The Devil Sleep, A Novel. October 21, 2012
Let The Devil Sleep, A Novel
David Gurney is back and I loved it. My favorite riddle solver is asked to help a young woman (Kim) by evaluating a tv project she is working on. She is doing a series of interviews of families, whose …
reviewed Red Rain. October 16, 2012
Red Rain
R.L. Stine is a household name in the teen horror genre and with "Red Rain" moves into the adult horror category to give his readers another another story with edge of seat suspense.   …
reviewed The Brink. October 13, 2012
The Brink
The President is informed of a foiled robbery at the Library of Congress. Thieves were attempting to steal a document that showed our forefathers foresaw the economic collapse of our country.   …
reviewed Founders. October 09, 2012
Founders
James Wesley Rawles is a talented writer and survivalist with a story to tell.      He believes that the world is heading for a financial disaster that will have cataclysmic results.   …
reviewed The Killing Kind. October 07, 2012
The Killing Kind
Once again, John Connolly gives his readers a unique and frightening story.      A construction crew unearths an unmarked cemetery in the upper regions of Maine.      …
reviewed Snow Angels. October 05, 2012
Snow Angels
In a dark novel, Finnish Inspector Vaara is called by Sgt. Valtteri, informing him that black actress Suffia Elim's body has been found. She has been murdered and it looks like a hate crime.   …
reviewed "Pierced". October 04, 2012
This is  a follow up to the captivating masterpiece "Burned" which featured investigative crime reporter Henning Jull who is still dealing the with death of his six-year-old …
reviewed The Hot Country. October 02, 2012
The Hot Country
In 1914 newspaper war correspondent Christopher Marlowe Cobb "Kit" goes to Mexico to report on that country's civil war.      President Huerta took over the presidency …
posted a Quick Tip about Edge of Dark Water. September 30, 2012
Edge of Dark Water
Along the trip down the Sabine River, the characters meet a family who have become hobos due to the Great Depression in Oklahoma. It would be good if the reader checked the history of this before reading …
reviewed Edge of Dark Water. September 30, 2012
Edge of Dark Water
May Lynn was an attractive sixteen-year-old with dreams of going to Hollywood.      One day a few of her friends are fishing and pull her body from their nets in the Sabine River in …
reviewed close friends. September 27, 2012
close friends
After the team of Navy SEALS killed Bin Laden, members of al-Qaeda discovered a detailed map of the inside of the compound where Bin Laden lived.      This could only mean that there …
reviewed Backfire. September 24, 2012
Backfire
Judge Ramsey Hunt is gunned down outside of his home in San Francisco. He was just starting a case in a murder trial of Clive and Cindy Cahill. The prosecuting attorney had been someone who tried hard …
reviewed The Last Policeman: A Novel. September 23, 2012
The Last Policeman: A Novel
The Last Policeman is a terrific novel with a unique plot.  An asteroid is hurtling toward Earth and will destroy the planet in six months.  There are no grand scientific geniuses with a way …
posted a Quick Tip about The Summer of the Ubume. September 22, 2012
The Summer of the Ubume
This is the first novel in Natsuhiko Kyogoku's KYOGOKUDO mystery series. In Japan, these novels were a major contributor to the "onmyoji (yin yang diviner) boom", which was started by the …
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 …
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