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posted a Quick Tip about House Rules: A Novel. January 30, 2011
House Rules: A Novel
Another great novel from one of my favorite novelists.
reviewed I'd Know You Anywhere: A Novel. November 26, 2010
I'd Know You Anywhere: A Novel
Disclaimer: A free copy of this book was received from Amazon Vine in exchange for an honest review.    I'd Know You Anywhere by Laura Lippman is a crime drama which explores the effects …
reviewed Fragile: A Novel. November 22, 2010
Fragile: A Novel
Maggie and Jones live in the town they grew up in with their teenage son Ricky. When Ricky's girlfriend Charlene disappears, Maggie knows he is not involved but Jones is not so sure. When the polics …
reviewed The Insider. November 19, 2010
The Insider
4 1/2 stars      The subject matter of this novel is as timely as if it was taken from today's six o'clock news.      Will Connelly, a corporate attorney …
reviewed The Shimmer. October 20, 2010
The Shimmer
I'll take a cue from Morrell's style and get right down to it: The Shimmer is one of the best thrillers I've read recently.      The story is a complicated one, spanning …
reviewed Warlord: An Alex Hawke Novel. October 16, 2010
Warlord: An Alex Hawke Novel
Wasted. That's the only way to describe the way we first find our favorite British spy in Ted Bell's exciting sixth Alex Hawke adventure. After all, what could one expect from even the strongest, most …
reviewed Lost Girls: A Sherry Moore Novel. October 13, 2010
Lost Girls: A Sherry Moore Novel
Lost Girls is a hard look at human trafficking, sex tourism, voodoo, and slavery. What it is not is what it says on the cover - it's not a Sherry Moore novel.      It's a serious …
reviewed The Smile of a Ghost. October 11, 2010
The Smile of a Ghost
The Smile of a Ghost (Merrily Watkins, #7)Kindred spirits My rating: 4 of 5 stars There's more than one ghost in historic, medieval Ludlow, and not all of them are dead yet. There's legendary …
reviewed A Stranger Like You: A Novel. October 11, 2010
A Stranger Like You: A Novel
Elizabeth Brundage has written a captivating novel that is driven by both plot and great characters. Nothing is simple in A Stranger Like You. Characters that at first appear self-centered and unlikable …
reviewed State Of Fear: A Novel. October 05, 2010
State Of Fear
Pros: Excellent read, impossible to put down after you start      Cons: The ending lost it's form and just became very sequential.      The Bottom Line: This …
reviewed Inside Out: A Novel. October 04, 2010
Inside Out: A Novel
Ben Traven is in a Manila jail when his boss, Scott Horton, manages his release. Horton needs Ben to perform a vital task.      Rogue agent, Daniel Larison feels betrayed by the government …
reviewed I'd Know You Anywhere: A Novel. September 30, 2010
I'd Know You Anywhere: A Novel
     Linda Emond delivers a first rate voice performance as the protagonist, Eliza, in this psychological drama. Eliza, once known as Elizabeth, is a kind, self-effacing woman who endured …
reviewed I'd Know You Anywhere: A Novel. September 30, 2010
I'd Know You Anywhere: A Novel
Amazing, beyond comparison.  I am a huge fan of psychological thrillers and Laura Lippman delivers one that will keep the reader gripping pages until the very end with her latest release, I'd …
reviewed Fragile: A Novel. September 25, 2010
Fragile: A Novel
Maggie and Jones have a relatively happy marriage...but with a teenager in the house sometimes things are tenuous. Their son Ricky is their usual source of conflict; where Maggie sees her beautiful, smart …
reviewed I'd Know You Anywhere: A Novel. September 24, 2010
I'd Know You Anywhere: A Novel
Prepare to be mesmerized, totally enthralled, and left with your mind questioning the meaning of true justice. Laura Lippman, author of the acclaimed Tess Monaghan series and last year's best selling …
reviewed Dismantled: A Novel. September 22, 2010
Dismantled: A Novel
This is the third book I have read by this author, and I have enjoyed them all very much. This latest work tells of four college friends who form a `society" to "dismantle" things with …
reviewed Underground (Greywalker, Book 3). September 20, 2010
Underground (Greywalker, Book 3)
Kat Richardson's Greywalker series features a private investigator heroine called Harper Blaine who lives in Seattle and thrives on a type of grey that lies far below the clouds. Harper's grey …
reviewed Warlord: An Alex Hawke Novel. September 18, 2010
Warlord: An Alex Hawke Novel
I've read several Alex Hawke books from Ted Bell and I've enjoyed each one. WARLORD was particularly engaging and held my attention from the opening page until the final one.      …
reviewed Galveston: A Novel. September 18, 2010
Galveston: A Novel
   When I was a kid growing up, Glen Campbell was very popular and a favorite of my parents. So, I heard a lot of his stuff either around the house or in the International Harvester Travelall …
reviewed Collusion: A Jack Lennon Investigatio.... September 15, 2010
Collusion: A Jack Lennon Investigation Set in
This sequel to "The Ghosts of Belfast" takes its time. Jack Lennon's character's expanded and although not quite likable, his predicament softens you to him. In Irish noir fashion, he's …
reviewed The Thieves of Darkness: A Thriller. September 13, 2010
The Thieves of Darkness: A Thriller
I was able to devour Richard Doetsch's latest novel THE THIEVES OF DARKNESS in less than 3 days---but there are so many great scenes that I found myself thumbing through it later trying to make notes …
reviewed Cutter and Bone. September 10, 2010
Cutter and Bone (Midnight Classics)
This book is many things, but it is not a murder mystery, despite the attempts of its first reviewers to stuff it into that format. In a murder mystery, someone (usually for a fee) learns who killed the …
reviewed I'd Know You Anywhere: A Novel. September 04, 2010
I'd Know You Anywhere: A Novel
I loved this book! Laura is one of my favorite authors and this book was amazing! It's unlike any other book I have ever read. If you only read one book this year, make it I'd Know You Anywhere.
reviewed The Law of Nines. September 01, 2010
The Law of Nines
"The Law of Nine" is a thriller with some fantasy elements. The action was non-stop except for 30 pages of dialogue stuck in at 193 pages into the story to explain who these mysterious killers were, where …
reviewed The Knight (The Patrick Bowers Files,.... August 26, 2010
The Knight (The Patrick Bowers Files, Book 3)
"The Knight" was an exciting, fast-paced suspense novel. Though it has a who-done-it mystery to solve, it departed from the conventions of the mystery genre in one major way, so I'll simply call it suspense. …
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