Charlaine Harris

Charlaine Harris

June 5, 2014

Books of the Week: A Shiver of Light, Laurell K. Hamilton Bad Angels, Rebecca Chance The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair, Joel Dicker Cop Town, Karin Slaughter Laurell K. Hamilton’s decision to wrap up the Meredith Gentry series will leave a lot of fans desolate, but other readers will …

Dead But Not Forgotten: Stories from the World of Sookie Stackhouse

A “group of writers, specifically chosen by Charlaine, pays tribute to ‘the southern, mind-reading belle who gets mixed up in the world of vampires and magical creatures’ (The Kansas City Star) with a collection of fifteen all-new stories about your favorite residents of Bon Temps. Publisher: Ace Hardcover (November 25, 2014) ISBN-10: …

May 12, 2014

Books of the Week: Since I’ve been travelling, I’m doing a lot of rereading. I’m going through Laurell K. Hamilton’s Meredith Gentry books in preparation for the publication of the final one. And I have decided to get back to my mystery roots and read a lot of Agatha Christie …

April 28, 2014

Books of the Week: Pack of Strays, Dana Cameron Brazen, Kelley Armstrong Beneath the Dark Ice, Greig Beck Watcher in the Shadows, Geoffrey Household   Just about anyone who knows me knows that Dana Cameron is one of my best friends. So you know I’m going to love her work, …

April 14, 2014

Books of the Week: Nightshifted, Cassie Alexander Possession, Kat Richardson Night Broken, Patricia Briggs Sparrow Hill Road, Seanan McGuire Derek’s Bane and Wolf at the Door, MaryJanice Davidson Nightshifted was an unexpectedly appealing book. It sounded interesting, and I bought it on a whim. Paid off in spades! Cassie Alexander’s …

March 24, 2014

Books of the Week: Quiet Dell, Jayne Anne Phillips Mariana, Susanna Kearsley Would-Be Witch, Kimberly Frost Half-Off Ragnarok, Seanan McGuire Jayne Anne Phillips’s Quiet Dell is the fictional version of a real event, the murder of a family and certainly at least one single woman by the would-be Lothario Harry …

March 9, 2014

Books of the Week: After I’m Gone, Laura Lippman The Silence of the Library, Miranda James Murder of Crows, Anne Bishop In the interests of being thorough, I’m re-reading all the Rex Stout books and the Agatha Christie ‘Miss Marple’ novels on my e-reader as I travel. They make for …

February 19, 2014

Books of the Week: Up from the Grave, Jeaniene Frost Dead Harvest, Chris F. Holm The Nero Wolfe books, Rex Stout The Girl with all the Gifts, M.R. Carey Jeaniene Frost ended her hugely popular Cat and Bones series with a great bang. Up from the Grave contains revelation after …