Monthly Archives: April 2012

Paper Angels by Billy Coffey

Paper Angels by Billy Coffey A bit of a spiritual story about Andy Somerville, who has a personal angel who he calls the “Old Man”. Andy met the angel when he was 10 and he prayed to the second star … Continue reading

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Running The Maze by Jack Coughlin

Running The Maze by Jack Coughlin Marine Gunnery Sargent Kyle Swanson is a sniper and part of Task Force Trident, a black ops, off the radar special operations team that answers only to the POTUS. This books goes right down … Continue reading

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The Man From Primrose Lane by James Renner

The Man From Primrose Lane by James Renner This is a story about an odd man, the man from Primrose Lane, a well known character in West Akron, Ohio. He is a reclusive man who always wore mittens, a different … Continue reading

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Hitchers by Will McIntosh

Hitchers by Will McIntosh A interesting slice of life about Finn Darby and the loss in his life. Which started with the unrelated deaths of his wife and his grandfather on the same day, 2 years ago. He takes over … Continue reading

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Bleed For Me by Michael Robotham

Bleed For Me by Michael Robotham Pretty good British psychological thriller whose protagonist is a psychologist who is trying to help his daughters friend Sienna who is suspected of murdering her father. Quite a few twists and turns. Sometimes, maybe,  a bit … Continue reading

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The Spy Who jumped Off The Screen by Thomas Caplan

The Spy Who jumped Off The Screen by Thomas Caplan Former spook Ty Hunter is now a movie star. While attending the Cannes film festival, he befriends some folks that the US Government has an interest in. Naturally he is … Continue reading

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By Blood by Ellen Ullman

By Blood by Ellen Ullman A rather odd story about a disgraced professor who takes an office in downtown San Francisco and over hears a doctor and patient next door discussing the patients life as an adopted child and who she … Continue reading

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Victims by Jonathan Kellerman

Victims by Jonathan Kellerman Another Alex Delaware – Police Consulting Psychologist – Procedural (Whew! Quite a mouthful). These are always great and I will always read anything Kellerman puts out there. Try One, you’ll like it! 4 Stars.

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Implied Spaces by Walter Jon Williams

Implied Spaces by Walter Jon Williams I really liked this book. It’s a tale of the future when AI’s run the universe and mankind is spread out though dozens of pocket universes run by the AI’s. Aristide is a geek … Continue reading

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Play Nice by Gemma Halliday

Play Nice by Gemma Halliday The story of an ex-assassin, Anya Danielovich, recruited a a tender age  and indoctrinated into killing for the Kosovo secret police (KOS) until she decided she didn’t need to do this anymore. So she faked her … Continue reading

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you think that’s bad by Jim Shepard

you think that’s bad by Jim Shepard A diverse collection of short stories about the human condition. Some were very compelling, all were good. One story is about a woman who travels and explores the middle east way before it was … Continue reading

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This Is Not A Game by Walter Jon Williams

This Is Not A Game by Walter Jon Williams After reading the second of this pair, I just had to read the beginning. Glad I did, though it didn’t grab me quite like The Fourth Wall did. This books begins Dagmars … Continue reading

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