Books & Blog: November 23, 2015

Charming, Elliott James Follow Her Home, Steph Cha Long Upon the Land, Margaret Maron The Silkworm, Robert Galbraith The Walk, Lee Goldberg Elliott James’s book Charming is an interesting take on fairy tales. John Charming[…]

Books & Blog: November 15, 2015

Books of the Week: The Hanged Man, P.N. Elrod Perdition, Ann Aguirre Reap the Wind, Karen Chance The Queen of Patpong, Timothy Hallinan P.N. Elrod has written a galloping adventure set in a mythical Victorian England.[…]

Books & Blog: October 25, 2015

Books of the Week: The Haunted Season, G.M. Malliet The Beautiful Ashes, Jeaniene Frost Carry On, Rainbow Rowell I’ve always enjoyed G.M. Malliet’s Father Max Tudor books, even when some of her choices surprised me.[…]

Books & Blog: October 19, 2015

Books of the Week: Alive, Scott Sigler The Bestseller, Olivia Goldsmith Undead and Unforgiven, MaryJanice Davidson Fate’s Edge, Ilona Andrews Scott Sigler’s written a book that is about young adults, but I’m not sure if[…]

Books & Blog: September 1, 2015

Primal Force, D.D. Ayres Steel Will, Shilo Harris with Robin Overby Cox The House of Shattered Wings, Aliette de Bodard I couldn’t have come up with three more sharply divided books if I’d stuck one[…]

Books & Blog: August 17, 2015

Pretty Girls, Karin Slaughter Magic Bleeds, Ilona Andrews Tempt the Stars, Karen Chance Karin Slaughter’s work is increasingly exciting. She’s always been a very good writer, but as last year’s Cop Town proved, now she’s[…]

Books & Blog: August 10, 2015

Books of the Week: Wake of Vultures, Lila Bowen The Drafter, Kim Harrison Armada, Ernest Cline In addition to reading these three outstanding novels, I am working my way back through the novels of Karen[…]

Books & Blog: July 16, 2015

Books of the Week: Ghostman, Roger Hobbs Trailer Park Fae, Lilith Saintcrow The Unfortunate Decisions of Dahlia Moss, Max Wirestone Tin Men, Christopher Golden While I indulged myself during my previous travels by reading books I’d read before, this[…]