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AngieBarry
October 13 2017

6 Eerie, Mysterious, and Unsettling Unsolved Mysteries

Who doesn’t love Unsolved Mysteries? With his deep voice, stoic manner, and popular performance as the infamous Federal Agent Eliot Ness, Robert Stack was an ideal host for stories that...
AngieBarry
October 12 2017

Review: Death in St. Petersburg by Tasha Alexander

Death in St. Petersburg by Tasha Alexander is the 12th book in the Lady Emily Mysteries series. From a distance, the crimson spray coloring the snow looked more like scattered rose petals...
AngieBarry
September 18 2017

Review: Death at the Seaside by Frances Brody

Death at the Seaside by Frances Brody is the eighth book in the Kate Shackleton Mystery series—an intricate, absorbing plot that captures the atmosphere and language of 1920s England. Private...
AngieBarry
September 11 2017

Review: The Gospel of Mary by Philip Freeman

The Gospel of Mary by Philip Freeman is the third book in the Sister Deirdre series, where a young Irish nun finds herself the guardian of a mysterious manuscript claiming to be the lost gospel of Mary...
AngieBarry
September 4 2017

Crimes Against Film: Barb Wire (1996)

THE DEFENDANT: Barb Wire first hit stands as a Dark Horse comic in the early ’90s. A part-time bounty hunter, Barbara Kopetski (aka Barb Wire, played by Pamela Anderson), owns a bar called...
AngieBarry
August 25 2017

Passionate About Pulp: Revisiting The Shadow

THE SUBGENRE: Comic adaptation. THE HERO: Playboy millionaire Lamont Cranston, also known as the vigilante superhero, The Shadow. THE LOVE INTEREST: Socialite Margo Lane. THE VILLAIN:...
AngieBarry
August 11 2017

Review: The Amber Shadows by Lucy Ribchester

The Amber Shadows by Lucy Ribchester is set during the dangerous days of World War II, where Honey Deschamps—who spends her days transcribing decrypted messages at Bletchley Park—starts...
AngieBarry
July 28 2017

Review: Penance of the Damned by Peter Tremayne

Penance of the Damned by Peter Tremayne is the 27th book in the Sister Fidelma series, set in Ancient Ireland, AD 671 (available July 25, 2017). “Here we are, bereft of a good friend...
AngieBarry
July 19 2017

Review: Soul Cage by Tetsuya Honda

Soul Cage by Tetsuya Honda is the second book in the Lieutenant Himekawa series, where a severed hand, a missing body, and a victim who was living under a false identity all add up to the most...
AngieBarry
July 13 2017

Review: The Third Nero by Lindsey Davis

The Third Nero by Lindsey Davis is the fifth book in the Flavia Albia series. My name is Albia, Flavia Albia. I carry out work for troubled people who need answers. I am efficient and discreet....
AngieBarry
July 5 2017

Review: The Breaking of Liam Glass by Charles Harris

The Breaking of Liam Glass by Charles Harris is a darkly satirical look at the deep splits in modern communities, which is not so much a whodunnit as a blackly comic what-they-did-after-it satire...
AngieBarry
June 30 2017

Review: Shark Island by Chris Jameson

In Shark Island by Chris Jameson, a shark attack survivor believes she has already lived through her worst nightmare—she's dead wrong. Take a visual tour of Shark Island with GIFnotes! Hands...
AngieBarry
June 7 2017

Review: The Daughter of Sherlock Holmes by Leonard Goldberg

The Daughter of Sherlock Holmes by Leonard Goldberg is a new thrilling tale of the great detective’s daughter and her companion Dr. John Watson, Jr. as they investigate a murder at the...
AngieBarry
May 22 2017

Review: Sidney Chambers and the Persistence of Love by James Runcie

Sidney Chambers and the Persistence of Love by James Runcie is the 6th and final installment in the Grantchester Mystery series (available May 23, 2017). Part-time sleuth and full-time priest,...
AngieBarry
May 11 2017

Review: The Last Iota by Robert Kroese

Set in the world of The Big Sheep, The Last Iota by Robert Kroese delivers another dystopian adventure novel full of wit and intrigue. When last we saw Blake Fowler and Erasmus Keane—private...
AngieBarry
May 4 2017

Review: A Purely Private Matter by Darcie Wilde

A Purely Private Matter by Darcie Wilde is the 2nd Rosalind Thorne Mystery—inspired by the novels of Jane Austen—which sees the audacious Rosalind strive to aid those in need while navigating...
AngieBarry
May 1 2017

Under the Radar: Stranger than Fiction (2006)

Harold Crick (Will Ferrell) is hearing voices. Well, a voice. A middle-aged British woman's voice, to be exact. She's narrating everything he thinks, everything he feels, everything...
AngieBarry
April 13 2017

Review: Decanting a Murder by Nadine Nettmann

Decanting a Murder by Nadine Nettmann is the 1st book in the Sommelier Mystery series, nominated for an Agatha Award for Best First Novel. Mark's body had been covered with a white sheet...
AngieBarry
April 7 2017

Review: Heart of Stone by James W. Ziskin

Heart of Stone by James W. Ziskin is the 4th book in the Ellie Stone Mystery series, nominated for an Edgar Award for Best Paperback Original. My interest was piqued. Why no swimming trunks?...
AngieBarry
April 4 2017

Review: Get Me to the Grave on Time by D. E. Ireland

Get Me to the Grave on Time by D. E. Ireland is the 3rd book in the Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins Mystery series, nominated for an Agatha Award for Best Historical Novel. “When...
AngieBarry
March 30 2017

Review: The Devil’s Feast by M. J. Carter

The Devil's Feast by M. J. Carter is the 3rd book in the Blake and Avery series in which the investigative team find themselves entangled in a case involving political conflicts, personal vendettas,...
AngieBarry
March 17 2017

Passionate About Pulp: A Conan Double-Feature (Is What Is Best in Life)

THE SUBGENRE: Sword and sorcery adventure. THE HERO: Conan the Barbarian, aka Conan the Cimmerian THE VILLAIN: Thulsa Doom, leader of a snake cult (Conan the Barbarian); Queen Taramis,...
AngieBarry
March 15 2017

Review: Murder at the Fortune Teller’s Table by Janet Finsilver

A Murder at the Fortune Teller's Table by Janet Finsilver is the 3rd book in the Kelly Jackson Mystery series. “First you drink the coffee,” Auntie said. “ ... You must...
AngieBarry
March 13 2017

Review: Skeleton God by Eliot Pattison

Skeleton God by Eliot Pattison is the 9th book in the Inspector Shan Tao Yun series (available March 14, 2017). If you would know the age of the human soul, an old lama had once told Shan Tao...
AngieBarry
March 10 2017

Review: When Falcons Fall by C. S. Harris

When Falcons Fall by C. S. Harris is the 11th book in the Sebastian St. Cyr Mystery series. It was the fly that got to him. In the misty light of early morning, the dead woman looked as...
AngieBarry
February 23 2017

Review: Grim Death and Bill the Electrocuted Criminal by Mike Mignola & Tom Sniegoski

Grim Death and Bill the Electrocuted Criminal by Mike Mignola and Tom Sniegoski is a beautifully illustrated, 1930s pulp-style novel featuring two unusual heroes who seek justice (available February...
AngieBarry
February 3 2017

Review: Brotherhood in Death by J.D. Robb

To celebrate the upcoming release of J.D. Robb's 44th Eve Dallas mystery, Echoes in Death, we're taking a look back at every single book in the In Death series. Today, Angie Barry reviews...
AngieBarry
January 9 2017

Review: Burning Bright by Nicholas Petrie

Burning Bright by Nicholas Petrie is the 2nd book in the Peter Ash series, where Ash has a woman’s life in his hands—and her mystery is stranger than he could ever imagine (available...
AngieBarry
December 30 2016

Page to Screen: Comics I’d Love to See on My TV—Scud: The Disposable Assassin

The Series: Scud: the Disposable Assassin by Rob Schrab (co-creator of The Sarah Silverman Program), featuring additional writing from Dan Harmon (Community, Rick and Morty) The Hero: The...
AngieBarry
December 23 2016

The Cautionary Tale of Gremlins

Each year there's some new, hot thing every kid wants and every parent is desperate to get. Cabbage Patch Dolls. Tickle Me Elmo. This year, it's some bizarre Tamagotchi/Furby hybrid called...