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...
Kornwolf by Tristan EgolfMay 17, 2022
Kornwolf raises the question of whether or not one can endure one’s heritage. We all have...