September 17, 2013

Books of the Week: The Buzzard Table, Margaret Maron Chosen, Benedict Jacka Murder of a Stacked Librarian, Denise Swanson Variety is definitely the spice of my reading life. I visited with an old friend this[…]

September 10, 2013

Books of the Week: A Skeleton in the Family, Leigh Perry Omens, Kelley Armstrong A Matter of Blood, Sarah Pinborough Codex Born, Jim Hines It took me some time to realize that aside from recommending[…]

September 3, 2013

Books of the Week: Undead and Unsure, MaryJanice Davidson Skinner, Charlie Huston Blood of Tyrants, Naomi Novik The Wolves of Midwinter, Anne Rice I apologize for the long lag between columns. I was finishing a[…]

August 10, 2013

Books of the Week: Broken Homes, Ben Aaronovitch Cold Shot to the Heart, Wallace Stroby My Friends Call Me Moon, James Morrow Walton It’s work pointing out that inspired by our trip to the UK,[…]

July 31, 2013

Books of the Week: A Stranger in the Family, Robert Barnard Hunted, Kevin Hearne Disturbance, Jan Burke The Painted Girls, Cathy Marie Buchanan Robert Barnard is one of the noted British crimewriters of the past[…]

July 5, 2013

Books of the Week The 5th Wave, Rick Yancey The Cases of Susan Dare, Mignon G. Eberhart The Twelve Clues of Christmas, Rhys Bowen I did read a few more books, but one is a[…]

June 25, 2013

Books of the Week: The Reckoning, Alma Katsu The Thing About Weres, Leigh Evans Tracking the Tempest, Nicole Peeler Free Fall, Chris Grabenstein The Reckoning is the second book in Alma Katsu’s trilogy about the misfortunes[…]

June 3, 2013

Books of the Week: Blood and Silk, Carol McKay House Rules, Chloe Neill Appalachian Overthrow, E.E. Knight Carol McKay’s Blood and Silk is a thoroughly-researched novel published by a very small press. If the premise of[…]