Here is my review for Charlie Hustons
conclusion to the Hank Thompson trilogy over at Mystery Book Spot.
Tuesday, October 17, 2006
Monday, October 16, 2006
I recently recieved and read Charlie Hustons No Dominion. The second Joe Pitt casebook. Already Dead, the first book in the series was reviewed by me over at Fantasy Book Spot. I'm happy to say that No Dominion does not disappoint. It is a little more streamlined then Already Dead , with at least one glaring omission from it readily addressed. Plus, tons more questions are asked with the answers meted out to us leaving us always asking for more.
Thursday, October 12, 2006
After posting my review of Door Number Three over at Fantasy Book Spot I continued my relentless search for Patrick O'Leary. Well I'm happy to report that it was a success. I found him and he agreed to an interview. He has big news for the future. He has a collection due out from PS Publishing sometime on 2008.
Stay tuned for more info. Hopefully the review will posted soon
I've started reading Children's Hospital by Chris Adrian a few of days ago and I'm only about 50 pages deep. Its not that the book is bad its just a very deliberate book that demands you to take your time. It's an odd reading experience so far. Most paragraphs feel as if they could be journal entries, because they are so complete in their miniaturized existence in a larger frame work. It's hard to explain but maybe when its been read I'll have a better understanding of my gut feeling.
Monday, October 09, 2006
Tuesday, October 03, 2006
Here is my review for The Wheelman by Duane Swierczynski over at Mystery Book Spot. For a fuller appreciattion of his upcoming The Blonde in november one should read this book too. There are some links that establish them as being in the same universe.