A father, husband, avid reader, blogger, software engineer & wood worker who is known the world over as a man of many interests and to his wife as “an idiot”.
In this sequel to The Three Musketeers we meet our friends again after 20 years.
We know little of Cervantes' life, but the little we do know is a basis for this 16th Century historical fiction book.
A biography of US General H. Norman Schwarzkopf published in 1993 after The Gulf War
A short story by the Russian master about humanity and its follies.
Spider Shepherd is back fighting terrorists in England, while working undercover as a gun dealer on another case.
Alan Light looks at Leonard Cohen's landmark song "Hallelujah" and how it became a cultural sensation.
Considered a classic and I can certainly understand why.
France, 1625. Young poor nobleman d’Artagnan leaves his Gascony home for the bright lights of Paris with intentions of becoming Musketeer of the Guard
This chronicle of one of the country's most elusive criminals is very entertaining, but lacks reflection and analysis.
A woman is found with her throat brutally slashed, policewoman Louise Rick and her colleges from the Copenhagen Police start to investigate