Monthly Archives: January 2015

Review: Turkey in the Snow

Turkey in the Snow by Amy Lane   This was a delightful holiday story about the adjustments that need to be made when one unexpectedly becomes a parent and about not judging people solely based on obvious stereotypes. Henry “Hank” … Continue reading

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Review: Adrien English 5: The Dark Tide

The final Adrien English mystery (so far at any rate—I can always hope for another one down the line) was bittersweet for me.  Unlike the previous four books, I had not previously read this one, so it was a “new” … Continue reading

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Review: Adrien English 4: Death of a Pirate King

This book, while good, and as well written as the previous ones, was difficult to read for a number of reasons. It starts out two years after the last one (The Hell You Say), and as such Jake and Adrien … Continue reading

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Review: Adrien English 3: The Hell You Say

The third novel in the Adrien English series brings a lot of conflict and new characters.  The case revolves around Satanism and Adrien gets swept up in it due to his assistant, Angus.  Through the case we get introduced to … Continue reading

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Review: Adrien English 2: A Dangerous Thing

This is a great continuation of the complicated interaction between Adrien English and Jake Riordan, and many of their personal conversations highlight some of the differences between their thought processes and how they see things, which shows that, on a … Continue reading

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Review: Adrien English 1: Fatal Shadows

This is not the first time I’ve read this book, however I’ve never reviewed it before so… This review is *solely* on Fatal Shadow, not on the series as a whole, so bear that in mind that I’m trying to … Continue reading

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Review: Holmes & Moriarity 3: The Boy with the Painful Tattoo

Again, I enjoyed the continuing look at the developing relationship between Kit and J.X, and they start to cohabitate. The case here has them drawn in unwillingly for the most part, and Kit makes some errors in judgement that had … Continue reading

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