Review #33: The Gingerbread House by Carin Gerhardsen

As you can see by the cover of the book, the publisher’s are really pushing the Stieg Larrson connection. I mean who can blame them? The Girl series was wildly successful, so why… Continue reading

Summer recipe: Cucumber and tomato salad

This is a great and light summer salad. I easily could have gobble the entire thing myself, but resisted and had only two bowls 😉 Ingredient list: Two large tomatoes – seeded and… Continue reading

Review #32: The Night Eternal by Chuck Hogan and Guillermo Del Toro

The Night Eternal is the third installment in what I think of as the strigoi trilogy, following The Strain and The Fall. When I saw The Strain on Amazon, written by Chuck Hogan… Continue reading

Recipe – Seafood and cilantro pasta

A little break from the reading! I also love cooking, and even though I had delicious chili in the fridge I was really in the mood some fresh food tonight. I was particularly… Continue reading

Review #31: The Concubine’s Gift by K. Ford K

I was really looking forward to reading this book. The plot summary seemed light and fun, and I was hoping to have a easy, breezy read that would make me laugh. I wish… Continue reading

Review #30: Hell or High Water by Joy Castro

I do not even know where to express my absolute love of this book. Joy Castro’s first fiction full length novel is successful beyond belief, along the lines of Dennis Lehane’s work. Set… Continue reading

To Read

Too much to read, so putting it all down to keep track: Cannonball e-book The Concubine’s Gift by K Ford K. Netgalley books Stranger in the Room – Amanda Kyle Williams Enemy Territory… Continue reading

Review #29: One Breath Away by Heather Gudenkauf

One Breath Away utilizes one of the most simple plot points around. An armed gunman takes a school hostage, and the entire small town of Broken Branch gathers to wait for the outcome.… Continue reading

Review #28: Messy by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan

First off… how GORGEOUS is this cover? Second off, I admit being totally biased when it comes to Messy, and its precursor Spoiled, which are co-written by the amazing Jessica Morgan and Heather… Continue reading

To Review

One Breath Away – Heather Gudenkauf Messy – The Fug Girls, Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of the Psychopaths Among Us – Robert Hare, Ph.D.