Category: crime fiction.

Book Review: You Belong To Me by Colin Harrison

Book Review: You Belong To Me by Colin Harrison

Two years ago I spotted the book You Belong to Me by Colin Harrison in a publisher’s catalogue, and I remember being intrigued by the premise, so I requested it for review. It was compared to The Da Vinci Code, but with more of a thriller-noirish aspect to it...
Book Review: Lipstick Voodoo by Kristi Charish

Book Review: Lipstick Voodoo by Kristi Charish

Most books that get sent my way for review are ones I’m interested in reading right away; mystery, thriller, suspense, literary coming-of-age stories, even the occasional memoir. But every once in a while, something is sent to me that’s clearly out of my...
Book Review: The Plotters by Un-Su Kim

Book Review: The Plotters by Un-Su Kim

I think this book may be the most ‘masculine’ thing I have ever read, except for maybe a GQ magazine article about belts. The Plotters by Un-Su Kim, translated into English by Sora Kim-Russell features men, lots of men, and they’re either fighting,...
Book Review: The Last Resort by Marissa Stapley

Book Review: The Last Resort by Marissa Stapley

When I received this book in the mail for review, I was immediately hooked after reading the premise; a tropical couples retreat headed for impending doom when a hurricane is about to hit? Count me in! As you know, I love reading about marriages (especially those that...
Book Review: The Unforgotten by Laura Powell

Book Review: The Unforgotten by Laura Powell

How do you feel about books that jump from one time period to another? Is it jarring? Does it annoy you when it’s in a suspense novel especially? Of course it does, when you’re on the cusp of a cliff (hanger), you want to leap to the next page as quickly...