Month: May 2015

FICTION: Moving On by J. E. Seymour

Sally knew this was a bad thing when she saw the news. “This is Tiffany Edwards at the Burntwood WalMart, where a quick-thinking customer stopped a robbery.” The big guy behind Tiffany was what Sally was worried about. He was…

The Farm by Tom Rob Smith — review

This novel has many of the aspects of banality, but it is anything but trite. In fact, it bristles with originality. The plot centers on Daniel, the homosexual son of a couple who worked hard all their lives only to…

Killer by Jonathan Kellerman — review

After many years of training and working in hospitals, followed by establishing his private practice, Dr. Alex Delaware was contacted by a family court judge with a new approach: He was asked to undertake work ascertaining the facts surrounding divorce…

Moving Target by J.A. Jance — review

The usual setting of an Arizona mystery is not enough to keep Ali Reynolds and B. Simpson busy, so in this entry in the long-standing series, they have to solve two murder/mysteries on both sides of the Atlantic. And on…

FICTION: Jenny by Angel Luis Colon

Billy showed up at Eric’s double wide around four in the morning with a mule and a rucksack full of dildos. “Ain’t a mule.” Billy tied the animal to the trailer’s stair rail. “Just a plain old donkey.” He lit…

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