Carol Jordan’s addiction comes to the forefront. But Tony Hill puts her back on track by getting her involved with a stalker/troll, who is attempting to teach feminists a lesson. Val McDermid uses the chaotic personalities of her characters to create an unrelenting tense and terrifying plot.
Sunday, March 20, 2016
Using the descriptions of the natural beauty of Wyoming, C.J. Box puts Joe and Nate back together again. This simple story pulls Box’s usual political balance out of sync. In the novel’s conclusion the jihadists do not fare well, but was left wondering was this read a mystery or a thriller.
Sunday, March 13, 2016
Donna Leon's 25th Commissario Brunetti mystery once again finds Brunetti meandering through Venice while eating and drinking. While the conclusion might end with an improbable chance meeting, this enjoyable police procedural will not disappoint mystery readers.
Monday, March 7, 2016
For many years after having my first cup of tea I would upload my entry to the blog, Blue Monday.
This blog was hosted by a very special woman named Smiling Sally.
Sally died last week, but she left this gift on her blog. A dear friend Jeanne wrote this tribute to Sally.
You was a special lady. I enjoyed my time with her.
Mondays will always be BLUE thanks to Sally.