Category: Review

Robert B. Parker’s Ironhorse

Once upon a time, not that long ago, you would enter a bookstore (back when there were more of them around than today) and see a display of beautiful books with the name Robert...

Collateral Damage: A Stone Barrington Novel

In previous Stone Barrington books, we have gotten to know Stuart Woods’s protagonist quite well. However, the author has decided to change things up a bit in COLLATERAL DAMAGE, the latest addition to the series....

The Good Daughter: A Brennan Sisters Novel

Responsibility is a duty that Kit Brennan takes seriously. Extremely seriously. As a Catholic school English teacher, she puts the needs of her students first. As a good Catholic girl, she always follows the...

Zom-B Underground

Darren Shan’s zombie horror series stars a butt-kicking, bull-headed girl in the vein of recent post-apocalyptic novel heroines like Katniss of The Hunger Games and Tris of Divergent — except for one thing: to...

The Real Jane Austen: A Life in Small Things

Some readers may wonder whether Jane Austen was fully aware of the naughty double entendre she had written when she had Mary Crawford, speaking in MANSFIELD PARK of the many admirals she has known...