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reviewed Sniper's Honor. Sunday
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 Close to the Bone. July 23
Close to the Bone
"Close to the Bone," is a complex mystery with multiple story lines. In one, there is a movie being filmed in Aberdeen, Scotland. Someone is imitating the film by murdering people in imitation …
reviewed Wicked Prey. July 16
Wicked Prey
I'm a fan of John Sanford and am always entertained with his stories. "Wicked Prey," continues the enjoyment I've had from his books.      The 2008 Republican National …
reviewed Field of Prey. July 03
Field of Prey
This story is scary! I still get nervous when thinking about the murders taking place. The killers were cold blooded and planned their crimes with skill. It seemed as if the victims, who were young women …
reviewed Eden in Winter" Richard North Patterson. July 02
Eden in Winter
This is the concluding book in Patterson's Blaine family trilogy.    Ben Blaine had died. His body is found at the bottom of a cliff. An inquest is held concerning his death.  He …
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 "dark Hollow". June 16, 2012
The story begins with a double  cross. Two mobsters who work for Tony Calli, meet with four Cambodians. They plan to collect a two million dollar ransom from the Cambodians, in return for the Cambodian …
reviewed SHOCK WAVE: A Virgil Flowers Novel. April 15, 2012
SHOCK WAVE: A Virgil Flowers Novel
   While I've grown a little cold on the John Sandford novels that feature Lucas Davenport, I'm finding I like the Virgil Flowers novels a lot.  Shock Wave has Flowers tracking …
reviewed SHOCK WAVE: A Virgil Flowers Novel. March 29, 2012
SHOCK WAVE: A Virgil Flowers Novel
Two corporate bombings in Minnesota make authorities bring top investigator, Virgil Flowers, to investigate and find the bomber.      There is animosity toward PyeMart a Wall mart …
reviewed SHOCK WAVE: A Virgil Flowers Novel. December 23, 2011
SHOCK WAVE: A Virgil Flowers Novel
     Virgil Flowers returns in SHOCK WAVE and the read is a good one. This is the fifth novel of the series and this time he is chasing a bomber. Virgil is based in Mankato, Minnesota …
reviewed A Passion Denied. December 06, 2011
A Passion Denied
It's the Roaring 20's and Elizabeth, or Lizzie as she goes by now, is all grown up. She has changed her look to accentuate the fact that she is a woman now, not a little girl - bobbed her hair, figure …
reviewed Tales of the City. October 06, 2011
Tales of the City
If you're a bookworm or Beat freak and in the North Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, there's only one place you're going to spend your afternoon, City Lights Bookstore, a favorite of Jack …
reviewed Secrets of the Undercity. September 20, 2011
Secrets of the Undercity
   E.A. Rappaport's ambitious nine book Legends of the Four Races interlocking matrix returns in the first book of the Transmuter Trilogy, Secrets of the Undercity.  Fans of Rappaport's …
reviewed A Travel in Time to Grand Pré: Second.... September 12, 2011
A Travel in Time to Grand Pré: Second Edition
Madeleine Sinclair has always been fascinated with all things Acadian. Her best childhood memories were spent with her grandparents in Nova Scotia. They had honeymooned at Grand Pre and Madeleine knew …
posted a Quick Tip about Tales of the City. July 28, 2011
Tales of the City
The first book in the eight-novel series (eat your heart out Twilight!) is written in a fun, fast-paced style with an intermingling of some of the most interesting and well written characters in modern …
reviewed "Fallen". June 04, 2011
Faith Mitchell finishes a mandatory computer training program by the Georgia Bureau of Investigations and is late, coming home. Her mother, Evelyn, is caring for Faith's four-month old daughter, …
reviewed Hound of the Baskervilles (Aladdin Cl.... April 16, 2011
Hound of the Baskervilles (Aladdin Classics)
He has many followers. From Marple to Millhone, from Rebus to Rockford, from Scarpetta to the Scooby Gang. When it comes to the sciences of investigation, detection and deduction, Sherlock Holmes is the …
reviewed The Search (Eve Duncan). March 06, 2011
The Search (Eve Duncan)
John Logan, ultra-rich businessman, entrepreneur and power broker, has a serious problem. Devastated by the recent death of his Korean wife, Chen Li, from leukemia, he pulls out all the stops on the development …
Hound of the Baskervilles (Aladdin Classics)
When Henry Baskerville, the last remaining scion of the family, travels from Canada to England to take up residence in Baskerville Hall after the puzzling violent death of his uncle, Sir Charles, he is …
reviewed Mad Ship. March 01, 2011
Mad Ship
In "Mad Ship", Hobb accelerates the pace of her epic saga of the Liveship Traders and significantly expands the breadth and scope of the canvas on which she dramatically paints the lives of …
reviewed Silent Witness. February 26, 2011
Silent Witness
Having enjoyed the recent addition of England's Simon Beckett's to the intensely crowded North American forensic pathology thriller field, I was looking forward to another rural mystery with that …
reviewed Dissolution. February 19, 2011
Dissolution
It's 1537, the height of the English Reformation, and Thomas Cromwell, vicar general for the court of Henry VIII, is absolutely bent on the systematic ruthless dismantling of England's feudal …
posted a Quick Tip about Shatter. February 18, 2011
Shatter
SHATTER is a bleak and terrifying peek into the mind of a deranged, obsessively homocidal man. Robotham's portrayal of Gideon Tyler as the very personification of evil adds a brilliant character to the …
reviewed Shatter. February 18, 2011
Shatter
Joe O'Loughlin, practicing clinical psychologist, and his wife, Julianne, a strikingly beautiful woman and an up-and-comer in the high-flying world of international corporate finance, moved to Somerset, …
reviewed Blind Justice (Sir John Fielding). February 16, 2011
Blind Justice (Sir John Fielding)
In 1768, a recently orphaned Jeremy Proctor arrives in London and promptly finds himself in the dock facing false charges of theft under the gavel of the blind magistrate, Sir John Fielding. The justice, …
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