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.
The great outdoors, strong women, dogs If you like outdoorsy adventure mysteries or thrillers with a psychological edge, then check out Diane Les Becquets’ new book, The Last Woman in the Forest. It’s the story a young woman who loves… Read More ›
“Time flies” and “So many books, so little time” are two clichés that banged up against my reading life when I was offered the opportunity to read and review Linda Castillo’s first Kate Burkholder novel, Sworn to Silence. In 2009, when Sworn to Silence came… Read More ›
The wait is finally over for those who’ve been anxiously awaiting Jane Harper’s follow up to her international bestseller, The Dry. Force of Nature hit American bookstores last Tuesday, so if you’re looking for a good mystery to get lost… Read More ›
The first book I read for the #TBR2018RBR Challenge is Smilla’s Sense of Snow (1992) by Peter Høeg. I read it in January and am a bit behind on writing about what I’ve been reading, but had to share some… Read More ›