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An Interview with Sarah Jio, Author of ‘Morning Glory’

Sarah Jio

"We get one life, and only so many trips around the sun, and I believe in love and happy endings . . ." Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Cold and Lonely Place’ by Sara J. Henry


Tory Chance is smart, athletic, principled and lonely, a likeable character who is just flawed enough to get in her own way. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Prodigal’ by Michael Hurley


Can the magic of the sea release you from the bonds that often hold you back? Can belief in yourself help to redeem your past? Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Lady Vanishes’ (2013)

Iris and Max (Tom Hughes) search the train

Although certainly stylish in its use of locations, detailed and opulent-looking sets, and period-accurate costumes, this new version, cannot equal the breakneck pace and forward momentum of Hitchcock's original. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Land of Dreams’ by Vidar Sundstol (trans. Tiina Nunnally)


Prize winning first volume of Norwegian thriller trilogy now available in English translation. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Agatha Christie’s Poirot: Series 7 & 8′

Louise Leidner (Barbara Barnes) confesses her fears to Poirot and Hastings (Hugh Fraser) at her husband's dig in Mesopotamia.

David Suchet is as excellent as always as Hercule Poirot, the world's most brilliant and fastidious detective. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Dark Lullaby’ by Mayra Calvani


Not many parents warn their sons to be careful of whom they go home with. This was the intriguing part of this spell-binding, page turning psychological thriller. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Bones: The Complete Eighth Season’


Unlike other shows it has improved with age and continues to amaze and astound. Read More »

Interview with Jonathan Santlofer, Editor of ‘Inherit The Dead’


The editor of a 20-author collaborative mystery novel discusses the logistics of this undertaking. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Jack Irish’


Not only a great example of the mystery genre but a wonderfully executed character study. Read More »