Monthly Archives: August 2012
Have you succumbed to the wave of Scandinavian thriller authors in the wake of The Girl Who…. books?
If so, you might want to check out this author. Now that Chief Inspector van Veeteren has retired, forsaking the cop’s life for that of a bookseller, Intendent Münster must step up to the plate in Håkan Nesser’sMünster’s Case. … Continue reading
We will be talking about our mystery/thriller choices on Saturday, October 20 at 10:30 in the Roosevelt Room. Hope you will be joining us and I hope you will have read an author I don’t know so I have something … Continue reading
Do you have an author whose work you follow and read the minute it is published? Are you ever disappointed in their work?
Are a person who needs to have a book in your hands? Are you an e-reader? Do you really prefer to listen to your books so you can enjoy the voices of the characters? What makes a story really … Continue reading
Currently reading a Martin Cruz Smith book Polar Star set during the cold war period on a Soviet fishing factory ship. He is a terrific writer and you will feel like you are there (and you’ll cringe). Would call this … Continue reading
1. Craig Johnson’s Longmire series – they are the basis of the A&E series that ran this summer. Longmire is a sheriff in Wyoming. The first book in the series of 8 is The Cold Dish. 2. Canadian author Louise … Continue reading