Category: Review

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...

Shadowkiller

I have decided that I never want to find myself living in a Wendy Corsi Staub novel. Her domestic thrillers put people and their loved ones through the ringer and the fast cycle, in...

The Seventh Victim

Bestselling author Mary Burton (BEFORE SHE DIES and MERCILESS) ratchets up the tension in Texas as a cold case thaws. Seven years ago, Lara Church was the Seattle Strangler’s seventh victim, but she survived....

The River Swimmer: Novellas

In contemporary fiction there is no writer who is more associated with the novella than Jim Harrison. Since 1979 he has produced five volumes of them, LEGENDS OF THE FALL being the most well-known....

Guilt: An Alex Delaware Novel

It is time once again to give a warm welcome to a new Alex Delaware mystery by Jonathan Kellerman. This blessing is contained within the covers of GUILT, which is certainly one of his...

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...