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posted a Quick Tip about A Trick of the Light: A Chief Inspect.... September 14, 2012
Clara Morrow, at age 50, is far beyond the age when most artists are discovered. Yet, on the evening this novel opens, she is about to enter the prestigious Musée d'Art Contemporain in Montreal …
reviewed Total Control. June 26, 2012
Total Control a novel by David Baldacci
In a timely novel with a number of major corporations going public to create wealth, "Total Return" discusses the corporate world of mergers and espionage.      Jeffrey Archer …
reviewed A Trick of the Light: A Chief Inspect.... September 10, 2011
After having read all of Louise Penny's six previous Chief Inspector Gamache stories to great acclaim actor/voice performer Ralph Cosham has literally become Gamache's voice. His narration is rendered …
reviewed The Gilded Shroud. August 30, 2011
The Gilded Shroud
   The Gilded Shroud is a historical romance set in 1789 in England. There is a puzzle-mystery to solve that brings the romantic pair together, but the story reads primarily like a "clean" …
reviewed Harrowing Hats. July 22, 2011
Harrowing Hats
Harrowing Hats is a cozy mystery set in a permanent Renaissance Faire attraction. The vivid setting details take you into daily life as a worker/actor at a Renaissance Faire. The varied, memorable characters …
reviewed Die Buying. July 18, 2011
Die Buying
"Die Buying" is a cozy mystery. There was a nice amount of detail about the setting and job. Suspense was created by the mystery of whodunit and by wondering who was going to die next.   …
reviewed The Square Root of Murder. July 04, 2011
The Square Root of Murder
The Square Root of Murder is a cozy mystery. The setup was one where any character could have done the murder, and Sophie was able to spot pertinent clues as fast as the reader. I didn't spend much …
reviewed Let's Play Dead. July 01, 2011
Let's Play Dead
"Let's Play Dead" is a cozy mystery. It's the second book in a series, but you don't need to read the first novel to understand this one. Also, I don't think this novel "spoiled" …
reviewed The Beekeeper's Apprentice. June 24, 2011
The Beekeeper's Apprentice
Without a doubt Sherlock Holmes is one of the people I greatly admire, nevermind that he’s a fictional creation, and so reading The Beekeeper’s Apprentice by Laurie R. King is a sort of wish …
reviewed Shaky Ground. June 20, 2011
This is a murder mystery involving drug money and shady real estate deals. It is set against the back drop of the 1989 San Francisco Earthquake. Jeff Burke is a process server and sometimes private …
reviewed Foul Play at the PTA. June 19, 2011
Foul Play at the PTA
"Foul Play at the PTA" is a cozy mystery. It's the second book in the series, but you don't need to read the first to understand this one. Some events from the first novel are spoiled, …
reviewed Missing Persons. June 10, 2011
Missing Persons
"Missing Persons" is a fast-paced, well-written mystery. Actually, there's several mysteries: how did Kate's husband die, what happened the the missing girl that she's producing …
reviewed Louisa and the Missing Heiress. May 27, 2011
Louisa and the Missing Heiress
Louisa and the Missing Heiress is a historical mystery set in 1854 in Boston. The title is misleading since the heiress in question was never really missing, just late to tea parties and then killed. …
reviewed A Parfait Murder. May 25, 2011
A Parfait Murder
A Parfait Murder is a cozy mystery. It's the third in a series, but you can follow this story without having read the previous novels, and this novel didn't spoil the mystery in the previous ones.   …
reviewed Grace Interrupted. May 25, 2011
Grace Interrupted
Grace Interrupted is a well-written mystery. It's the second in a series, but you can follow this one without having read the first novel, and this novel doesn't spoil the mystery in the first …
reviewed The Wedding Shawl. May 05, 2011
The Wedding Shawl
"The Wedding Shawl" was a cozy mystery in every sense. I felt emotionally warm and comfortable just reading this story due to how nice everyone was. Actually, I'd call the novel a general …
reviewed The Adventures of Mad Martin. April 15, 2011
The Adventures of Mad Martin
This is a connected group of modern-day detective stories about an investigator whose methods are not just quirky or unique, but downright bizarre. However, no one can dispute her record in solving crimes.   …
reviewed Formula for Murder. March 26, 2011
Formula for Murder
"Formula for Murder" is a humorous "who-done-it" mystery. It's the third novel in the series, but you don't need to have read the previous novels to understand this one. Also, …
reviewed The Winter Thief. March 25, 2011
The Winter Thief
   "The Winter Thief" is a historical mystery set in 1888 in Istanbul and in some rural villages along the border with Russia. This book was the third in the series and may spoil events …
reviewed What Time Devours. February 12, 2011
What Time Devours
High school teacher Tom Knight is in a Shakespearean frame of mind as he goes on the hunt for "Love's Labor Won", the fabled lost play attributed to the bard and hotly sought after for centuries. …
reviewed Mistress of the Art of Death. January 19, 2011
Mistress of the Art of Death, Ariana Franklin
   Dr. Vesuvia Adelia Rachel Ortese Aguilar has just been dispatched from Salerno to Cambridge in an effort to help catch a killer. This particular killer chooses children as his victims, and …
reviewed The Colorado Kid. October 14, 2010
The Colorado Kid (Hard Case Crime #13) [Mass
Stephen King first gained famed as a writer of the horrific and macabre. Books such as CARRIE, `SALEM'S LOT, THE SHINING, IT, etc. are what King is best known. However, King isn't just a great …
posted a Quick Tip about Angels & Demons. October 12, 2010
Angels & Demons
an excellent book written by a creative author that was turned into a horriable movie that hardly follows the origional story.
reviewed The Cure of Souls. October 11, 2010
The Cure of Souls
The (fictional) Church of England, wishing to change the perception of the medieval concept of exorcism, has formed a new branch, Deliverance Ministry. Selected to lead this new endeavor is the Reverend …
reviewed A Caress of Twilight. October 03, 2010
A Caress of Twilight
This is book number two of the Meredith Gentry series, after having read book number one i was intrigued....and really ready to know what happens next. Will she get pregnant and take the throne of the …
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