Month: June 2015

FICTION: Katy Came Calling by D. A. Davenport

Right from the start, you knew Katrina was a contender, a brawler of a hurricane who left nobody standing in her wake. Her first match and she laid New Orleans out with a haymaker more devastating than anything I’d seen…

Windigo Island by William Kent Krueger — review

When the body of a 14-year-old Ojibwe girl washes up on Windigo Island, a rocky outcrop on Lake Superior, Cork O’Connor and his daughter, Jenny, embark on a crusade to rescue another teenager, Mariah, who had run away from home…

The Hollow Girl by Reed Farrel Coleman — review

The final novel in the Moe Prager series demonstrates again why these books and their protagonist are so popular with readers. Moe, a dyed-in-the-wool Brooklynite, ex-cop, PI and homespun philosopher who has beat stomach cancer, undertakes his final caper when…

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