c is for corpse

You guessed it–another one from Sue Grafton’s alphabet series. I liked it well enough. All of the books follow the same basic format–some crime was committed and the main character, a female private investigator, has to figure it out. My rating: 3.5/5

later

This book is considered a crime novel, of which Stephen King has published a few, but it’s really more like classic King. The main character is a kid who can talk to people right after they die. As you can imagine, this made for a good story. My rating: 4/5

cardinal black

It’s been a while since I’ve read a book from Robert McCammon’s Matthew Corbett series, but here we are. Like the others, this one was a good read. I have to say, though, the first few books in the series seemed to be fleshed out a bit more. They were …

b is for burglar

This was the 2nd book in Sue Grafton’s alphabet series. It was good, but I didn’t like it as much as the first. This could have been because the previous book was the first one I’ve read from her in a while. Or, it could be that I read it …

first family

This was a novel by David Baldacci. While the book was well-written and a pretty easy and compelling read, it had one of the most ridiculous plots I’ve ever read (even more ridiculous than the most ridiculous James Patterson plot). The title should have been “Jump the Shark”. Sure, I …