Review of The Last Oracle by James Rollins

I can’t express how much I enjoy James Rollins books. He just keeps getting better.The Last Oracleis no exception. This book takes place just months after the events of The Judas Strainand Gray Pierce is still feeling the loss of his friend and partner in Sigma Force, Monk Kokkalis. The search for Monk has just […]

Review of The Monster of Florence by Douglas Preston with Mario Spezi

The Monster of Florenceis a true crime story told in two parts. The first half of the book is the story that Mario Spezi related to Douglas Preston about the history of the Monster of Florence. It deals with the murders themselves, the investigation, suspects, leads, arrests, trials and general information. Mario Spezi was a […]

Review of Written in Bone by Simon Beckett

I really wasn’t sure what to expect from Written in Bone.Simon Beckett was an unknown author to me and I bought it through the book club, not knowing it was actually a sequel to another book, The Chemistry of Death.I’ll need to go buy that first book now that I’ve read this one, because Simon […]

Review of Double Cross by James Patterson

I will admit to only starting to read James Patterson’s Alex Cross Series based on the movies that were made from two of the books. Obviously, given the amount of time that’s gone by since this book was release last year, he’s not on my “must read immediately upon publication” list. But eventually I always […]

Review of Kushiel’s Mercy by Jacqueline Carey

Jacqueline Carey is another one of those authors that I’ve been reading since the beginning of her Kushiel’s Legacy series, starting with Kushiel’s Dartback in 2001. I’ve been enamored of the series ever since. The first three books of the series were centered around anguissette (a courtesan for whom pain becomes pleasure) Phedre no Delaunay […]