[Categories: Books, Reading] [No spoilers alert! I think the LESS you know about this book the more you will appreciate it.] Clever. Clever, clever, clever. And dark. Very dark. A fictional murder mystery, but not 'just' a murder mystery. This is one of the most carefully, cleverly structured plots I've read. Twists and turns that … Continue reading In The Blood by Lisa Unger – Book Review
[Categories: Literature, Reading.] But enough about YOU. What about ME? It seems like I'm reading EVERYTHING (exaggeratedly of course). I've been reading a lot of 'stuff' lately and still have a lot of 'stuff' to read. [Click on photos to enlarge, if you are so inclined.] Since December I've read or I'm reading: Hound of … Continue reading What are YOU reading?
No-spoilers alert! This book is too good to interfere with the suspense and plot twists. You will get more info from the book jacket or other reviews than you will from me. I try not to read other reviews before writing my own so I can give my untainted opinion. The Racketeer is pure entertainment. … Continue reading The Racketeer by John Grisham
This may be the longest book commentary/review I've ever written, as priceless quotes abound throughout the book and I plan to include many. All are from the 2011 paperback copy. I'm including numerous info links. Use them after your first read of the review or as you go. You choose. Trevanian's SHIBUMI. Originally published in … Continue reading SHIBUMI (understated elegance) (effortless perfection)
SATORI by Don Winslow "A Novel Based on TREVANIAN'S SHIBUMI" is the full title. This is my commentary on-the-fly, as I read, since I don't do in-depth, analytical, reviews per se. I received an email from my local library that this book, my hold request, was now available for pickup. In the several months since I … Continue reading SATORI by Don Winslow