I haven’t been this excited about a mystery series since I got into Louise Penny’s Chief Inspector Gamache series in 2011. Thanks to publisher William Morrow for sending the Book Cougars a review copy of Alice Henderson’s new novel, A… Read More ›
“No one will ever know the strength of the winds in the Great Hurricane of 1938, because they destroyed every instrument designed to measure them.” — R.A. Scotti, Sudden Sea: The Great Hurricane of 1938 Like a lot of folks,… Read More ›
This is a mystery/thriller in the noir tradition that takes you out of the city and into rural black America, specifically the southeast where blacks and whites might coexist, but slavery and the confederacy still linger.
What vampire fan can resist such a title? Not me. The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires is Grady Hendrix’s fifth book in the horror tradition. He’s also a screenwriter and has a slew of articles to his name…. Read More ›