Fiction Book

    Monday 14 April 2014

  • Book Review: Bagdad Central

    Book Review: Bagdad Central

    This compelling novel opens in the streets of Baghdad during April 2003 as American and coalition forces begin their occupation.Inspector Muhsin al-Khafaji wants only to avoid conflict, stay out of sight, enjoy poetry and take care of his family including his ailing daughter, Mrouj. Toward that end, Muhsin abandons...

  • Book Review: Ice Cold

    Book Review: Ice Cold

    With tensions currently escalating between the United States and Russia and speculation about the possibility of another cold war, this collection of twenty new tales from the first cold war is particularly timely. Jeffery Deaver’s “Comrade 35” starts things rolling with a completely different take on...

  • Book Review: Aunt Dimity and the Wishing Well

    Book Review: Aunt Dimity and the Wishing Well

    Everyone knows their neighbors in the close knit Cotswold Village of Finch, England which made the reclusive Hector Huggins something of a mystery. While most residents thrived on gossip and knowing the latest news, Hector fished and kept to himself but that didn’t prevent...

  • Friday 28 March 2014

  • Book Review: The Kill Switch

    Book Review: The Kill Switch

    This globe trotting action adventure features Army Ranger Tucker Wayne and canine companion Kane, a military trained Belgian Malinois who together, form a close-knit team that’s hard to beat. With the possible reappearance of an ancient microbe known as LUCA which is capable of incredible...

  • Book Review: Tease

    Book Review: Tease

    During her junior year, Emma Putman transferred to the high school attended by Sara and best friend Brielle, a vicious, rich bitch who enjoyed picking on everyone around her. Due in part to her looks and the way she attracts boys including Sara’s boyfriend Dylan, the girls begin taunting Emma with...

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