I am a huge fan of the Saturday morning cliffhanger. Terrific stories that are told without the unnecessary anguished that fill so many tales today.
Under the Southern Sky – Book Review
Wow, wow, wow, I have to tell you each part of, Under the Southern Sky, is so brilliantly written you will not be able to put it down.
Lana’s War – Book Review
Lana’s War is an enthralling work of historical fiction, which draws on the crimes of, Alois Brunner, an Austrian Schutzstaffel officer who worked as Adolf Eichmann’s assistant, to kick start a tale of revenge, resistance, and suspense.
The Nature of Fragile Things – Book Review
The Nature of Fragile Things by Susan Meissner I have had the pleasure of reading […]
Discovering Brenda Novak – Author Plug
I recently discovered the author, Brenda Novak. How I never came across this her work as a librarian, I can’t say.
This Won’t End Well – Book Review
The protagonist is a scientist; a smart female scientist named Annie.
Children of the Pulps – Books
In 2019 PulpFest announced their convention theme, Children of the Pulps, and I felt a calling to share my long felt beliefs in the links between the The Wild Wild West and the pulps.
Alaskan Holiday – Book Review
In her latest novel, Alaskan Holiday, Josie Avery has been working as a cook at a summer lakeside resort in the small remote town of Ponder, Alaska.
Fortune is a Woman – Book Review
Seven-year-old Lysandra is traveling to Hong Kong with her grandfather Mandarin Lao Tsin. She is being groomed to take over the business.