The year is 1914, Sherlock Holmes has since passed on and the Victorian Era has closed. Doctor Watson, still alive and kicking, receives an unexpected guest...
The Promise (a book review)
In The Promise, whether he started out with this in mind or not, the author tackles the tricky subject of grief, and the lengths we might go to in order to resolve it.
The Late Show (a book review)
Happy New Year! Let’s talk about murder. Fictional, of course...
Never Go Back – by Marla Bradeen (a book review)
Not to be confused with the recently reviewed novel of the same name by a different author, Never Go Back, by Marla Bradeen is a murder mystery set in the quiet little town of Las Vegas, Nevada. (It's quiet if you don't go into the casinos or don't stay out after 7pm. Right?) Alison Carter... Continue Reading →
The River Bride (a book review)
A good location is like another character. An author that successfully brings that location to life, with the nuances and layers they would afford the human players in their story, can hook you in before you realize it. Set in the village of Stollerton, in the forested Gatineau Hills area of rural Quebec, Canada, The... Continue Reading →