[Reviews] Time to Murder and CreateMatthew Scudder takes on an intriguing case at least as interesting as his previous one.
[Reviews] Killing BridezillaLaura Levine is up to her usual standards, which means another breezy Jaine Austen yarn.
"Grace Against the Clock," the fifth in Julie Hyzy's series of mystery novels about the fictional Manor House, is named about as cleverly as any novel I can remember ever reading. I just had to get that out there. As for the story, it's a lot of fun too.
"Forget Me Knot" is the first novel in a new series from Mary Marks, who also is a first-time novelist. That fact might suggest that the story she tells here is lackluster, owing to inexperience, but there are plenty of times throughout history when writers have manage to get things right with the first published attempt. This is one of them.
I picked up "Not the Killing Type" because I was interested in taking another trip to the fictional town of Stoneham, last seen in "Murder on the Half Shelf." When I finished reading that previous book in the series, I wasn’t exactly in love with the recurring heroine, Tricia Miles, but I did like the scenery and I figured the next installment would work out nicely.
I decided to try reading something by Lawrence Block after I (mostly) enjoyed a recent movie based on one of his books, "A Walk Among the Tombstones." The Matthew Scudder character, as portrayed by Liam Neeson, had just enough complexity that the rather disappointing case was worth watching for two hours. I figured a book could be even better.
[Chatter] Nakaimo: My Little Sister is Among Them (Episode 1)
Shougo Mikadono has the sort of problems most teen guys can only dream about...
[Fiction] Getting Worse
Short fiction about a family that is getting ready to leave for a funeral service.
[Chatter] What's so great about freelancing for HonestGamers?
Not all sites that want you to write for free are created equal.
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