Book Review of A Talent for Murder by Andrew Wilson

  A Talent for Murder is a fictionalized account of the 1926 mysterious ten-day disappearance of author Agatha Christie. Christie never spoke about those ten days and the event remains a mystery to this day. Wilson weaves a tale of… Read more

Review of Bringing Maggie Home by Kim Vogel Sawyer

This doesn’t happen often, but I simply could not finish this book. The snippy, snarky dialogue between characters grated on my last nerve. I didn’t like any of them. I couldn’t sum up any compassion for Hazel – she kept… Read more

Review of Beautiful Animals by Lawrence Osborne

Boy, did I have a difficult time with this book. I tried, but I just couldn’t finish. I got about 1/3 of the way thru and finally gave up. I didn’t like any of the book’s characters enough to care… Read more

Review of Here and Gone by Haylen Beck

Audra Kinney and her two young children (Sean and Louise) are driving from NY to California to start a new life. Audra is fleeing an abusive husband, as well as her past life as an addict. Two years sober, and… Read more