Temping – by Kirby OlsonMay 25, 2022
Milhouse Moot, the narrator of Kirby Olson’s autobiographical comic-allegorical novel, is severely depersonalized, rendering the story...
Stewball – by Peter BowenMay 25, 2022
I’ll begin by saying that I enjoyed immensely the first seven or eight novels in Peter...
Red – by Ted DekkerMay 24, 2022
In Red, The Heroic Defense, Dekker’s brilliant utilization of Christian doctrine and pagan myth provides a...
The Right Madness – by James CrumleyMay 23, 2022
No one else tells the stories like Crumley, has his voice, his confidence or absolute fearlessness...
Present Value – By Sabin WillettMay 22, 2022
If Present Value was being pitched as a film one might describe it as Bonfire of...
No Man’s Dog: A Detective Sergeant Mulheisen Mystery – by Jon A. JacksonMay 21, 2022
In No Man’s Dog Jon Jackson weaves a curious juxtaposition between his long-time hero “Fang” Mulheisen,...
The Nimrod Flipout – by Etgar KeretMay 20, 2022
You know how sometimes you’ll be having dinner with a woman and then, as the sun...
Night Swimming – by Robin SchwarzMay 20, 2022
What would you do if you went to your doctor for a routine check up only...
Mission To America – by Walter KirnMay 19, 2022
Walter Kirn’s Mission to America has a confused, nearly schizophrenic, personality, which isn’t necessarily a negative.
The Italian Secretary: A Further Adventure Of Sherlock Holmes by Caleb CarrMay 18, 2022
Those writers whom the gods would destroy, they first tempt into trying to imitate another writer...