Book Review: Moonflower Murders by Anthony Horowitz

Book Review: Moonflower Murders by Anthony Horowitz

This may be the one and only time I say this, but for once I don’t resent the fact that this is an extremely long book: 600 pages! Moonflower Murders by Anthony Horowitz is a classic whodunnit, and although the references to Agatha Christie in the blurbs are a...
Book Review: Close-up on Murder: A Murder, She Wrote Mystery

Book Review: Close-up on Murder: A Murder, She Wrote Mystery

I’ve had this book on my shelf for awhile now, it was a gift from someone who knew I loved the show. I was saving it for a ‘special occasion’, meaning, when I knew I would need my spirits lifted, and reading something comforting like this would instantly make me feel...
Book Review: Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

Book Review: Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

Oh what, an old book? But Anne you never review those! I know, I’ve shocked everyone by reading a book by a dead author, but I can always make an exception for the wonderful Agatha Christie, the mentor to my idol Jessica Fletcher. I got this book from the...
Book Review: The Substitute by Nicole Lundrigan

Book Review: The Substitute by Nicole Lundrigan

Ah yes, the psychological thriller. They seem to bloom like dandelions in the summer, don’t they? One after the other, it’s hard to keep track of where they are coming from, and why are there so damn many of them? They’re definitely a trendy genre...
Book Review: Rise the Dark by Michael Koryta

Book Review: Rise the Dark by Michael Koryta

There is some seriously creepy stuff going on in this book. Rise the Dark by Michael Koryta is the latest in his Mark Novak series, which features a private investigator by that very name, hell bent on finding revenge for his wife’s murder. It’s a great...