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reviewed No Way Back a book. March 22, 2013
No Way Back a book
Wendy is mad with her husband and lets a lapse of judgement ruin her whole life.  While drowning her "sorrows" at a bar she meets Curtis, who she is immediately attracted to.  Against …
reviewed Airtight a book. March 14, 2013
Airtight a book
I have read all the Andy Carpenter books and the five or so previous one-off books that Rosenfelt has put out and have never been disappointed having always given a four or five star rating for each.  …
posted a Quick Tip about Monsignor Quixote. March 06, 2013
Monsignor Quixote
"How do you maintain your faith?"    "I know God exists."    "How?"    "I know God exists. I touch him."    "Well...is he …
reviewed I Saw Zombies Eating Santa Claus: A B.... February 25, 2013
I Saw Zombies Eating Santa Claus: A Breathers Christmas Carol
A few years back I read Breather: A Zombie Lament and loved it.  Zombies going to support groups and then petitioning for equal rights, led by Andy Warner.  The prose were written in a very …
reviewed Sea of Crises a book by Marty Steere. January 11, 2013
Sea of Crises a book by Marty Steere
I was lucky to receive a reviewer's copy from the author for this book.  This book has both a lot of good parts and some not so good.  The premise of the book is that there was an additional …
reviewed Anna Karenina. December 19, 2012
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Anna Karenina
AnyAny two hours adaptation will not be able to properly articulate the story of Anna Karenina. Not even Joe Wright's endearing skills as a director could have lifted this story from under Tolstoy's …
reviewed The Fridgularity a book by Mark Rayner. December 05, 2012
The Frigularity a book by Mark Rayner
Mark Rayner has created a very funny yet serious work along the lines of a Max Barry novel (see Company, Syrup, Jennifer Government). Blake Givens works for an ad agency. It is a ho hum life. Then one …
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 Terminated a book. October 13, 2012
Terminated a book
This was a book that held me from start to finish. Gwen Ferris is a recently promoted supervisor and needs to give Steven Tarbell a not so glowing review. He takes it really bad and later attacks her …
reviewed Remember Me a book. October 01, 2012
Remember Me a book
I really enjoyed this book about of victim of circumstances who has his whole life turned upside down. Andrew Johnson is about to turn 50 and finally has his life in order. He has gone through a painful …
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 …
reviewed Elevating Overman a novel. September 19, 2012
Elevating Overman a novel
This is one of those books that you pick up and don't want it to end. Ira Overman had lived his life as a loser, mostly because he believed himself to be a loser. That realization was ingrained in …
reviewed The Brothers Karamazov (book). August 27, 2012
The Brothers Karamazov
   Early on in this wandering Russian sprawl of a novel, a family acquaintance and later antagonist boils down the "Karamazov problem" to "sensualists, money-grubbers, and saintly …
reviewed A Fatal Debt. May 28, 2012
A Fatal Debt
Ben Cowper (pronounced Cooper) is a psychiatrist with a patient (Harry Shapiro) who is contemplating suicide. Through pressure from his boss, he releases Shapiro to the custody of his wife, Nora provided …
reviewed Calico Joe. May 19, 2012
Calico Joe
**Review Contains What Could Be Considered Spoilers**      Calico Joe is a fantastic novel.      When Joe Castle comes up to the big leagues he has an unbelievable …
reviewed The Inquisitor: A Book. May 09, 2012
The Inquisitor: A Book
Gieger is great at what he does.  He is an expert at "information retrieval," meaning he uses a combination of physical and mental means to garner secrets from people.  He has set …
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 Heart of a Killer: a book. March 23, 2012
Heart of a Killer: a book
David Rosenfelt master penner of the legal thriller has come up with another gem in Heart of a Killer. This one grabs you from the start as Sheryl Harrison confesses to murder that she probably didn't …
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 Capitol Murder: A Novel Of Suspense. March 06, 2012
Capital Murder: A Novel Of Suspense
Phillip Margolin uses a three pronged approach to this story.      First we have serial killer Clarence Little. He murders and mutilates young women. When one of the cases he was found …
reviewed Capitol Murder: A Novel Of Suspense. February 22, 2012
Capital Murder: A Novel Of Suspense
This book has a number of interesting plots happening at once. A serial killer(Little) is trying to get a new trial because one of the murders he was convicted for was committed by somebody else. A group …
reviewed Absolute Power. February 09, 2012
Absolute Power
Luther Whitney is a thief with a conscience.      He breaks into a home of a wealthy family in Washington, D.C. He's in the midst of burglarizing the home when the wife of the …
reviewed Defending Jacob a Novel. February 06, 2012
Defending Jacob a Novel
As the novel begins, the prior district attorney, Andy Barber, is facing the grand jury and we know that something terrible has happened.      Neal Longiudice is questioning Andy about …
reviewed Defending Jacob a Novel. February 01, 2012
Defending Jacob a Novel
William Landay knocked my socks off with this thriller that grabbed me from the first page and didn't let go until the last sentence.  The book shows how the judgment of the most professional …
reviewed Jane of the Jungle. January 25, 2012
Jane of the Jungle
This book contains just about everything: mobsters, gunfights, a flying bus, a talking fox, a telepathic tiger, biker gangs, incompetent hitmen, and, at its core, an old fashioned, if unusual, love story. …
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