Category Archives: Mysteries

Book Review: Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger

So many of my book-loving friends have told me about how much they enjoyed this book. Now I finally see what they were talking about. I actually came to the author through his Cork O’Connor mysteries. Those are quite delightful. … Continue reading

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Book Review: IQ by Joe Ide

I’m sure I’m not the target audience or age group for this novel, but I loved it anyway. I’m rating it a B+. Many people like me may be turned off by the “street” talk and activities and the excessive … Continue reading

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Book Review: Forty Thieves by Thomas Perry

Forty Thieves is one of the most convoluted stories I’ve read in a long time. And, I mean that in a good way. The two main characters are Ronnie and Sid Abel, a husband and wife team. The two met … Continue reading

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Three Books In a New-To-Me Series

Our local library had an appealing display of the books of Lisa Scottoline. I grabbed a copy of Accused, the first book in a series. I really enjoyed it and immediately went back and got books number two and three. … Continue reading

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