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Book Review: ‘The Alchemist’s Daughter: A Bianca Goddard Mystery’ by Mary Lawrence


If you enjoy history and mystery with fun and romance, as well as a creep appeal you will find The Alchemist's Daughter a truly amazing addition to your library. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Due for Discard, An Aimee Machado Mystery’ by Sharon St. George

Due for discard

Aimee's interest however, does not go unnoticed. Suddenly she becomes a target as well, and her grandparents Llama farm where she is staying becomes a focus for whoever is trying to stop her prying. Can she find the answer before she loses her own life? Read More »

Book Review: Illustrated Guide to Home Forensic Science Experiments: All Lab, No Lecture by Robert Bruce Thompson and Barbara Fritchman Thompson

A fun and educational do it yourself guide to over 50 home forensic experiments. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Murdoch Mysteries, Season 4

Not your typical police procedural, Murdoch Mysteries is a clever twist on CSI-style shows, set in Victorian Canada and starring Yannick Bisson as the brilliant and innovative Detective Murdoch. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: CSI – Grave Danger

Quentin Tarantino's contribution to CSI gets a High-Def release. Read More »

DVD Review: CSI – NY, The Seventh Season

Sela Ward joins the NYC crime lab, and brings all her inherent sexiness with her. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Bones – The Complete Sixth Season (“Cradle to Grave Edition”)

"You see that shark, Bones? Jump over it. C'mon, I dare you!" Read More »

DVD Review: Murdoch Mysteries, Series 3

Murdoch Mysteries is a sort of CSI for the Victorian era, and loads of fun. Read More »

Book Review: Scarpetta by Patricia Cornwell

An important expression of the author's understanding of human relationships. Read More »

The Osama Death Photo: Why do You Need to See It?

Given the other information available, Bin Laden's death photo shouldn't even be an issue. Read More »