Podcast Review: Death By Unknown Event by Pamela Adlon

This is so wild - every time I thought I'd gotten to the worst part, it took another turn. I listen to a lot of podcasts - in all kinds of genres. Some of my favorites are No Such Thing As A Fish, Twenty Thousand Hertz, Lore, Vanished, and Serial - amongst others. And since... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Reckoning by John Grisham

Pete Banning wakes up one day, eats his breakfast, get his affairs in order, and decides to shoot his pastor. He then goes straight to the sheriff. What follows is an elaborate court case, a family drama, and a story of the terrible conditions of war. A truly fascinating tale. I hadn't read any John... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Shepherd’s Call by Counios & Gane

Shepherd and Wolfe are beginning to grow up - and their adventures are more dangerous than ever! This is the fourth book in the series and it picks up directly after the end of the last one. Tony Shepherd is just about to go enjoy prom night, when Charlie Wolfe send him a message. He... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Sunbird by Wilbur Smith

I loved this! Like reading an Indiana Jones movie (one of the good ones). Being an archaeologist myself I'm immediately on board whenever there's a story about an amazing discovery, hidden for thousands of years, waiting to be unearthed. Usually I dig into (pun very much intended) stuff like this with a big flashing neon... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Shiver by Allie Reynolds

Shiver is the kind of mystery thriller that will make it go cold down your back - and not just because it's set in the French Alps. The premise is simple: five friends, all former professional snowboarders, are called to a reunion at remote hotel in the French Alps - ten years after the mysterious... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Murder On The Orient Express by Agatha Christie

The very definition of a murder mystery! I'm sure if you looked up mystery in the dictionary, you'd find Agatha Christie there, if not this exact novel as an example. I grew up watching David Suchet's version of Poirot and though I don't even remember which ones I've seen, I remember loving them. It was... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Rise Of The Watchers by Ted D. Berner

This is what you'd get if Dan Brown wrote an Indiana Jones novel.A incredible fast-paced, action-packed, thrilling and intriguing mystery about Biblical myths and Nazi conspiracies.I read the first of these books a few years ago, and I though I have to admit I don't remember it in detail, I remember being hooked. As an... Continue Reading →

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