In 1967 when I was eight, my mother gave me paperbacks of: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The...Read More
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The Logos Codeby Duncan Simpson I like to read stories about the Freemasons and Knights Templar and the foes they rally against. The Logos Code finds Vincent Blake and DCI Lukas Milton teaming up to battle a murderer targeting...Read More
You’ve heard of Charles Lindbergh–everyone has. But I find his wife far more intriguing. Anne Morrow Lindbergh was one of the most eloquent and moving writers of her time–and of the current time. Every book is worth reading for a multitude of reasons.Read More
My copy of the paperback, as happens with books that stir my mind, is dog-eared and notated throughout.
The premise is a letter delivered upon the death of a woman where she tells an elderly man that he has a son—a son raised with a Christian fervor that excludes every other religion as inferior and requiring elimination.
The catch? The elderly man is Jewish.Read More
Bosch is still working as a volunteer detective with the San Fernando Police Department, where they’re called to the double vicious murder of father and son pharmacists. Current case in place, Bosch is also dealing with the newly contested conviction of a cruel killer he put away thirty years ago. Step into the story and enjoy a speedy, twisted ride.Read More
In my reviews of Connelly’s work I have often said that he does not always write a well-rounded female character. They are often minor players, there to support a male character. Yet there are times, such as with Bosch’s daughter, Maddy and her mother, Rachel, that they are intriguing and can stand on their own merits. With The Late Show and Renee Ballard is, perhaps, the start of something new. Is Renee rather confusing and rough around the edges? A little. But I have hope and feel it would be wrong to be hypercritical of a worthwhile author who has taken this gamble on a new series … Doing that takes guts.Read More
The Devil’s Architect By Duncan Simpson Straight from the start, The Devil’s Architect follows the pace and thrills found in the first of the trilogy: The History of Things to Come. Mr. Simpson continues to write in an eloquent...Read More