I enjoyed Sara Paretsky’s Fallout. I could relate to the environment she created in this story. The characters and the town seemed familiar.
Tag Archives: #book review
￼Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged
I selected Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged as my April book review. The story set during the American industrial age draws direct parallels to current events.
A J Rivers The Girl in Cabin 13
Somehow, mystery and crime thrillers seem to be my theme for 2022. I bought a copy of A.J. Rivers The Girl in Cabin 13 for my new Kindle.
Allen Eskens’ The Life we Bury
I started my reading in 2022 with Allen Eskens’ The Life We Bury. I pulled this book from my secret stash under the stairs. I have a collection I keep hidden from Rooster.
Edward St. Aubyn’s Dunbar
The story of William Shakespeare’s story of King Lear is told in this small book. Therefore, A Book Review of Edward St. Aubyn’s Dunbar is in order.
I recently dusted it off and started reading. I am so glad I did. My November book review will be Christina Baker Kline’s Orphan Train.
Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep
For October, I decided to review Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep. It took me a long time to read this sequel to The Shining.
Still Me (June Book Review)
That is why I chose Still Me for my June book review. I found this story a wonderful addition to the two that came before in the series.
The Fairytale Chicago of Francesca Finnegan
I love finding odd books on the shelves of used bookstores. I often pick them up based on their strange titles or book covers. The Fairytale Chicago of Francesca Finnegan delivered both.
Folly ( A Book Review)
Rob brought us both presents back from South Carolina. My gift is an autographed copy of Bill Noel’s Folly (a book review).