[Reviews] A Pedigree To Die ForThe mystery sometimes plays a secondary role, but the story comes together so well that it's hard to care!
[Reviews] The Monkey's RaincoatElvis Cole is the complicated sort of hard-boiled detective you'll definitely want to get to know better...
The perfect digital purchase if you want to eventually find yourself buying a bunch of old NES games...
NES Remix 2 is the first Wii U game that I have reviewed for GameSpot, and very nearly the first Wii U game I've covered for any site that wasn't HonestGamers. I was pleased to land the assignment, especially since the game is developed and published by Nintendo (thus guaranteeing a certain degree of quality), but I might have been less pleased if I had known how difficult it would be to concisely review.
A small-town mystery that's short on tension but still worth a look.
“Scotched” is the fifth novel in a series of books featuring amateur sleuth Liss MacCrimmon. Written by Kaitlyn Dunnett, who also produces historical fiction and period mysteries under the names Kate Emerson and Kathy Lynn Emerson, the story’s most obvious hook is the Scottish ancestry of its heroine, which is lovingly played for laughs but not actually central to the case at hand.
A satisfying mystery with a decent pool of suspects and an endearing sense of humor.
My first intentional brush with Laura Levine’s fiction is “Last Writes,” a mystery novel featuring sometimes-sleuth Jaine Austen. She’s a heroine who all too often finds it necessary to say “No, not that Jane Austen.” I suspect that I will enjoy getting to know her even better, in the likely even that I go on to read other books in the series.
The best way to keep a secret from everyone is surely to blurt it out in public, right?
The intrigue is dialed up a notch in the ninth episode of "Nakaimo: My Little Sister is Among Them." It’s clear the writers are ready to build toward their intended conclusion. "Surprise Attack! Little Sister Warning!!" begins with Shougo exercising on his bed when a noise outside distracts him. A knock on his door soon follows, and Shougo answers to find himself greeting his new neighbor: a girl named Yuzerina Houshou.
                                                            
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