Today on Blogcritics
Home » Tag Archives: fiction (page 20)

Tag Archives: fiction

Book Review: Shot in the Dark by Jennifer Conner

Having read Conner’s work before, I know she has a soft spot for tortured, imperfect heroes with big hearts who at times suffer a disability. Read More »

Book Review: The Levanter (Vintage Crime/Black Lizard) by Eric Ambler

The Levanter is a vintage thriller from the master, Eric Ambler. Read More »

Book Review: Snail’s Pace: The Inventor by John Miller Conn

Buck, just a child when his father died, was not satisfied with the decision of the coroner... Read More »

Book Review: Chessman and His Nine Lives on Death Row by Terrence W. Cooney

On May 2, 1960, on its ninth attempt, the State of California executed Caryl Chessman. Cooney tells the story in the liberating form of a factually-informed novel, Read More »

Book Review: Never Change What Is Natural by Prague Raja

This fictional story tells of the impact nature would have when unwarranted changes are done at an extraordinary pace for selfish reasons. Read More »

Book Review: Missing in Machu Picchu by Cecilia Velástegui

High in the Andes Mountains on the legendary Inca Trail, four thirty-something professional women embark on an Ivy League hike. Read More »

Book Review: Twenty Years After by Alexandre Dumas

In this sequel to The Three Musketeers we meet our friends again after 20 years. Read More »

Book Review: Ghost Money by Andrew Nette

A gritty crime noir novel set in 1990s Cambodia, Ghost Money intrigues with its mix of criminal enterprise and historical context. Read More »

Book Review: The Thief of Auschwitz by Jon Clinch

In the heart of holocaustal darkness, “The boundaries are thin between one state of consciousness and another, between life and death, between dream and doom.” Read More »

Book Review: Cervantes Street by Jaime Manrique

We know little of Cervantes' life, but the little we do know is a basis for this 16th Century historical fiction book. Read More »