Blog Tour: Preserved, Fiona Sherlock

Book Review: Preserved, Fiona Sherlock   Mystery: Preserved, Fiona Sherlock Blog Tour February 10, 2021   January Quail has been her newspaper’s features editor for a while. Too long, in fact. Her career has basically stalled, writing stories about antiques and oddities, articles about interesting people who were not otherwise newsworthy. Time, perhaps life, are […]

Recipe & Review: The Dark Archive, Genevieve Cogman

Recipe & Review: The Dark Archive, The Invisible Library Book 7, Genevieve Cogman Fantasy: The Dark Archive, The Invisible Library Book 7, Genevieve Cogman   Irene and her former apprentice Kai have faced many enemies during their time together. Now the dragon prince Kai remains at Irene’s side by choice, as her friend and lover and as […]

Blog Tour: The Conspiracy, Jack Probyn

Book Review: The Conspiracy, A CID Case Thriller, Jack Probyn Thriller: The Conspiracy, A CID Case Thriller, Jack Probyn Blog Tour January 29, 2021   Jake Tanner is an up and coming temporary Detective Constable on his first assignment. Along with his friend Danika, he has been assigned to the Major Crimes division of a […]

Blog Tour: The Longest Shadow, R.J. Mitchell

Book Review: The Longest Shadow, A DS Thoroughgood Thriller Book 3, R.J. Mitchell Thriller: The Longest Shadow, A DS Thoroughgood Thriller Book 3, R.J. Mitchell Blog Tour January 29, 2021   Ah, Scotland. A place where a priest can get a pint from a pub, climb the steps to a landmark, and attempt to murder […]

Book Review: Shakespeare’s Tremor and Orwell’s Cough, John J. Ross, M.D.

Book Review: Shakespeare’s Tremor and Orwell’s Cough, John J. Ross, M.D.   Nonfiction: Shakespeare’s Tremor and Orwell’s Cough, John J. Ross, M.D.   Certain writers’ works are, dare I say, infected with certain maladies. Shakespeare frequently refers obliquely to syphilis. James Joyce has multiple descriptive names for gonorrhea. Tuberculosis affects characters in Jane Eyre and […]