Review #20: Say Goodbye by Lisa Gardner

Oddly enough when I read the back of this book I thought for sure that it was one of the few Lisa Gardner books I had not read. Yet, as I started reading… Continue reading

Review #19: While the Savage Sleeps by Andrew Kaufman

I decided to get this book after reading The Lion, The Lamb, and The Hunted, by the same author and enjoying it quite a bit. This book is also listed as: #1 Bestseller,… Continue reading

Review #18: The Calling by Robert Swartwood

I actually have a lot to say about this book which certainly says something, I’m just not sure what. Before that though, I have a nifty story to tell. After writing my second… Continue reading

Review #17: The Lion, the Lamb, the Hunted: A Psychological Thriller by Andrew Kaufman

The most glaring thing about this book was that the story itself in no way matches the cheesy, but creepy, cover. The cover suggests a book that will be dark and a little… Continue reading

Review #16: Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain

Full disclosure here. I ADORE Anthony Bourdain. I want to travel around the world with him and eat all the food and drink all the wine, and rub up on his lanky, crude,… Continue reading

Review #15: Murder-Suicide by Keith Ablow

A renowned Boston inventor, John Snow, is shot with his own gun outside of MGH Hospital on his way to a revolutionary surgery that is hoped to cure his epilepsy forever. Frank Clevenger,… Continue reading

Up next

Murder-Suicide by Keith Ablow (currently reading) Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain Live to Tell by Lisa Gardner The Calling by Robert Swartwood (along with a nifty little author interaction!)

Review #14 – Psychopath (Frank Clevenger Series) by Keith Ablow

I am going to borrow from Barnes & Noble’s description of this novel: “Having achieved celebrity status with his last case, Clevenger is tapped by the FBI to catch an elusive murderer known… Continue reading

Review #13 – A Faint Cold Fear by Karin Slaughter

Normally when I read a book, it’s over the course of a few days. I grab all opportunities during the day to read, and every night before bed. This book I read while… Continue reading

Review #12: Innocent Monster by Reed Farrel Coleman

This is the first novel I’ve been Reed Farrel Coleman, and I have to say I am glad I stumbled across this author. This is the 6th book in the Moe Prager series,… Continue reading