This from the Daily Post prompt "Doubt" “I doubt there are many books using ‘doubt’ in the title…” Hoh, yeah? Here’s Google’s first ten hits on a [ books doubt ] search: Merchants of Doubt, Erik M. Conway and Naomi Oreskes Doubt: A History, Jennifer Michael Hecht Without a Doubt, Marcia Clark River of … Continue reading ‘Doubt’ titles
The Crimson Curse A Romance / Fantasy by Melissa J. Crispin Cursed and disfigured, Calliope must find true love before the final leaf falls from the Enchanted Tree. Being bound to her mansion on the outskirts of town leaves her with little hope. Abandoned by his wife for a wealthy man, Bastian only … Continue reading “Crimson Curse”, released Feb 7
“Come. You are being moved in preparation for tonight’s execution. A verdict was reached.”
"...the job ... will plunge her into the political wasp nest of the Dreaming World and its fey courts."
... About Their Enthusiasm for Writing, after contributing to Love Under the Harvest Moon. Tom Hodden: Defining enthusiasm is never easy. It is elusive and changes for each project. Sometimes it is as simple as not finding the book you want to read and realising you will have to create it yourself. Other times it is … Continue reading Harvest Moon Authors Tell…
This anthology of five stories has something for any romance reader. The six authors have each “met the brief”, so to speak, in their own unique way, and have brought to the collection tales reflecting the season and the age. As a former teacher (but not in the US) two stories felt nicely familiar: Claire Davon’s … Continue reading Reviewing Love Under the Harvest Moon
I've seen both Reacher movies now, and am hoping to get a review copy of Lee Child's latest. So, here I am, in the meanwhile, on holiday at my sister's place in Byron Bay, and browsing through their book cupboard. I find Make Me! And as I'm putting it back after enjoying it, I find Personal! … Continue reading A Lee Child holiday!
Jack is made invisible by sending him to training school – where he finds two other ‘students’, invisible to personnel in the Military Police, the FBI and the CIA.
The heroine’s sorrow-laced journey reflects the universal themes of love and loss.
As many followers know, the crime genre is my favourite. I've been reviewing crime for New Zealand's distributor for a few years now. So WHY have I only just discovered Lee Child?!? I've just finished reading his Reacher novel number 21, sent me by BooksellersNZ And visited Mr Child's site. And watched a YouTube vid … Continue reading Lee CHILD … How did I not know?