Broken Harbor, by Tana French, is not a book. It is a jagged ball of glass that dazzles the eyes but draws blood as deftly as a razor blade.
Fifty Mice is a fast moving and entertaining book that unfortunately loses the suspense by the end.
The stupidest, most aggravating character in recent memory blunders her way through a mystery like an amateur Inspector Clouseau.
Lindsay Faye’s extraordinary The Gods of Gotham is the best novel of its kind since Caleb Carr’s The Alienist. This isn’t a unique observation, it’s emblazoned across the cover of … Continue Reading The Gods of Gotham – Lyndsay Faye
Sharp Objects is a mystery/thriller told from the perspective of a narrator that is not unreliable so much as untethered. This is a dark and at times brutal book that … Continue Reading Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn