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....

House of Earth

The manuscript of Woody Guthrie’s only finished novel, lost to the public for 65 years, has been brought to light in celebration of his 100th year. Guthrie began writing HOUSE OF EARTH during the Dust...

See Now Then

SEE NOW THEN is one of the most beautiful nasty novels I have ever read. In her first work of fiction since 2002’s MR. POTTER, Jamaica Kincaid uses her considerable poetic gifts to chronicle...

Tenth of December: Stories

The problem with some works of dystopian fiction is that, in their eagerness to create an alternative universe that offers a cautionary tale to the modern world, authors often let cleverness nudge heart to...

All This Talk of Love

Ever since I read A KISS FOR MADDALENA (2003) and THE SAINT OF LOST THINGS (2005) by Christopher Castellani, I have been patiently waiting for the third novel in the trilogy. ALL THIS TALK...