natural causes

This was a pretty engaging medical thriller written by the author Michael Palmer. I’ve been having trouble finding time to read in recent years (thanks Netflix and Hulu), but I made time each night to read this. My rating: 3.5/5

e is for evidence

Another one from Grafton’s alphabet series. For whatever reason, this was even more engaging than most. There was a seemingly unnecessarily weird twist at the end, though. It is impossible to guess the culprit in these novels, but I guess that’s what keeps me coming back for more. My rating: …

anxious people

This book is a departure from what I normally read. There was a bit of comedy going on, but it was a story about a bank robbery that went wrong and turned into a hostage situation at a real estate open house, which the would-be bank robber ended up at. …

the scarlet gospels

This was the latest story in Clive Barker’s Hellraiser series. It’s about hell, demons, ghosts, and all that. I’m kind of past that genre at this point–I’m not even sure how I ended up with this book. So, while there wasn’t anything inherently wrong with it, it was not to …

joyland

You know how when you read books from a bunch of other authors and then read something from Stephen King you start to question why you read anything from anyone else? Well, that was how this book was. He is such a fabulous author. And it’s not just the story …