September, 2016 TBR

Fall, my favorite time of the year, is almost here.  I can already see the leaves changing colors and smell that grain dust in the evening air as the farmers outside of the city bring in their crops.  It is also a time that I enjoy being able to open all the windows as the... Continue Reading →

August, 2016 Reads

I managed to not only get through a fairly good sized list of books in August, but I had two 5 star reads too!  These are the books that I read in August: Brighton by Michael Harvey - 4 stars In A Dark Dark Wood by Ruth Ware - 3 stars The Divorce Party by... Continue Reading →

Book Review – Killer Look

Killer Look is the 18th book in the Alex Cooper series by Linda Fairstein.   Alex is now out of hospital after her kidnapping in the previous book, Devil’s Bridge, but is suffering from PTSD.  Overall I found this to be a fairly typical Alex Cooper book with the author’s trademark of focusing on the history... Continue Reading →

Book Review – Carnival of Shadows

On the surface, it appears that this book is about the FBI investigating the murder of a man found underneath a carousel at a carnival that has arrived in Seneca Falls, Kansas in 1959.  That is certainly one part of the story, but another huge part of the book is the backstory of FBI Special... Continue Reading →

Weekend Reads

Time for the weekend again, thank God.  As usual, I am hoping to get some reading time in.  I am currently reading one book (paper) and listening to another in audio book. I am about 90% complete Carnival of Shadows by R.J. Ellory and I have been loving this book.  I am usually all about... Continue Reading →

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