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ArdiAlspach
October 19 2017

Review: Madness Treads Lightly by Polina Dashkova

Madness Treads Lightly by Polina Dashkova is a Russian mystery where only three people can connect a present-day murderer to a serial killer who, fourteen years ago, terrorized a small Siberian...
AdamCWagner88
October 17 2017

Review: Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

Not many films sci-fi films can truly attest to having the legacy that Blade Runner has accumulated in the 35 years since its release. Loosely based on Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids...
dvaleris
October 17 2017

Review: Deep Freeze by John Sandford

Deep Freeze by John Sandford is the 10th book in the Virgil Flowers series, where Virgil finds out that class reunions are a time for memories—good, bad, and deadly (available October 17,...
MyBookishWays
October 16 2017

Review: The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine

The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine is a mesmerizing debut about a coolly manipulative woman and a wealthy “golden couple” from a stunning new voice in psychological suspense (available...
JBValeri
October 16 2017

Review: Killing Season by Faye Kellerman

Killing Season by Faye Kellerman is an electrifying novel of suspense in which a young man'’s investigation into his sister'’s death draws him into the path of a sadistic serial...
ThomasPluck
October 16 2017

The Deuce 1.06: “Why Me?” Episode Review

After last week’s emotional high point, you have to expect a low, and this is an enjoyable coast toward the inevitable. We learn the why behind the “No Go Zone” of Times Square....
MyBookishWays
October 13 2017

Review: The Templar Brotherhood by James Becker

The Templar Brotherhood by James Becker is the third book in the Lost Treasure of the Templars series—a breakneck thriller that whisks readers into the shadowy secret chambers of the Knights Templar. Check...
JanetWebb
October 12 2017

Review: The Four Horsemen by Gregory Dowling

The Four Horsemen by Gregory Dowling is the second book in the Alvise Marangon Mysteries series. No matter the historic period, some elements of a detective story are eternal. Someone doesn’t...
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...
JanetWebb
October 9 2017

Review: Cold Harbor by Matthew FitzSimmons

Cold Harbor by Matthew FitzSimmons is the third book in the Gibson Vaughn series, where Vaughn has finally been released from his hellish 18-month imprisonment and seeks revenge against his...
ThomasPluck
October 9 2017

The Deuce 1.05: “What Kind of Bad?” Episode Review

She was an American Girl, raised on promises… We see a lot of promises broken this episode, ones made to others and to themselves. Maggie Gyllenhaal breaks our hearts as Elaine runs...
JBValeri
October 5 2017

Review: What the Hell Did I Just Read by David Wong

What the Hell Did I Just Read by David Wong is the third book in the John Dies at the End series. Take a visual tour of What the Hell Did I Just Read with GIFnotes! David Wong—the pseudonym...
dvaleris
October 4 2017

Review: Old Scores by Will Thomas

Old Scores by Will Thomas is the ninth book in the Barker & Llewelyn series. The ninth Barker & Llewellyn mystery novel starts out quietly enough. Enquiry Agent Cyrus Barker receives a delegation...
MyBookishWays
October 4 2017

Review: The Naturalist by Andrew Mayne

The Naturalist by Andrew Mayne is the first book in The Naturalist series. Andrew Mayne is best known as a magician, but his series featuring FBI Agent Jessica Blackwood—who comes from...
JanetWebb
October 3 2017

Review: Friends and Traitors by John Lawton

Friends and Traitors by John Lawton is the eighth book in the Inspector Troy series―a story of betrayal, espionage, and the dangers of love. Friends and Traitors by John Lawton will have...
CorrinaLawson
October 3 2017

Review: Hello Again by Brenda Novak

Hello Again by Brenda Novak is the second book in the Dr. Evelyn Talbot series. Read Brenda Novak's guest post about the common traits of psychopaths to find out if you fit the description!  Evelyn...
JBValeri
October 3 2017

Review: The Witches’ Tree by M. C. Beaton

The Witches' Tree by M. C. Beaton is the 28th book in the Agatha Raisin series. Take a visual tour of The Witches' Tree with GIFnotes! This year marks the 25th anniversary of cantankerous...
jenny_maloney
October 2 2017

Review: Odd Child Out by Gilly Macmillan

Odd Child Out by Gilly Macmillan is the second book in the Detective Jim Clemo series (available October 3, 2017). Detective Jim Clemo is back on the Bristol police force after six months of...
MyBookishWays
October 2 2017

Review: The Good Thief’s Guide to Murder by Chris Ewan

The Good Thief's Guide to Murder by Chris Ewan is a short story in the Good Thief's Guide series featuring master thief Charlie Howard. Read Kristin Centorcelli's review and learn how...
JanetWebb
October 2 2017

Review: Winter Warning by Jerome Charyn

Winter Warning by Jerome Charyn is the climactic conclusion to the iconic Isaac Sidel mystery series, which finds Charyn’s acclaimed hero facing his toughest showdown yet—this...
ThomasPluck
October 2 2017

The Deuce 1.04: “I See Money” Episode Review

The last shot of the wonderful opening credits sequence always makes me gag; that barefoot splashing into a filthy Times Square puddle. Walking in sandals in New York City is still a gamble, and...
dvaleris
September 29 2017

Review: If You Knew My Sister by Michelle Adams

If You Knew My Sister by Michelle Adams is a debut novel of psychological suspense where a woman returns to her family's home to learn the truth and escape her sister's influence (available...
DanielleAntosz
September 28 2017

Review: The Death of an Heir by Philip Jett

The Death of an Heir is Philip Jett's chilling true account of the Coors family’s gilded American dream that turned into a nightmare when a meticulously plotted kidnapping went horribly wrong. The...
JanetWebb
September 27 2017

Review: Whispers of Warning by Jessica Estevao

Whispers of Warning by Jessica Estevao is the second book in the Change of Fortune Mystery series, where Ruby Proulx’s new life in Orchard Beach, Maine, faces some sinister complications. According...
JanetWebb
September 26 2017

Review: A Strange Scottish Shore by Juliana Gray

A Strange Scottish Shore by Juliana Gray is the second book in the Emmeline Truelove historical mystery series. A Strange Scottish Shore is a multi-layered story that rewards a perceptive,...
bookcrazie
September 26 2017

Review: Don’t Let Go by Harlan Coben

Don’t Let Go by Harlan Coben explores the big secrets and little lies that can destroy a relationship, a family, and even a town. The subtitle for Harlan Coben’s Don’t Let...
MyBookishWays
September 25 2017

Review: Trace by Archer Mayor

Trace by Archer Mayor is the 28th book in the Joe Gunther series (available September 26, 2017). I confess that this is my first Joe Gunther novel, and the series is 28 books in, so there’s...
ThomasPluck
September 25 2017

The Deuce 1.03: “The Principle Is All” Episode Review

They found the smoke! Abby needs a job. She’s following the want-ads, and the office she interviews at is full of old white men and looks hazier than a dirty fish tank. But I’m getting...
dvaleris
September 22 2017

Review: Meddling and Murder by Ovidia Yu

Meddling and Murder by Ovidia Yu is the fourth book in the Aunty Lee Mysteries series. We’re back with another excellent installment of the Aunty Lee Mysteries series, with one thing...
Chris.Wolak
September 21 2017

Review: OSS Operation Black Mail: One Woman’s Covert War Against the Imperial Japanese Army by Ann Todd

OSS Operation Black Mail: One Woman's Covert War Against the Imperial Japanese Army by Ann Todd is the story of a remarkable woman, Elizabeth “Betty” McIntosh, who fought World War II...