Friday , December 6 2019
Home / Books / Genres / Fiction (page 30)

Fiction

Book Review: ‘Women Crime Writers, Eight Suspense Novels Of The 1940s & 50s’ edited by Sarah Weinman

Books on crime often dominate the market. The Library of America has released a collectable set of works by women crime writers from the 1940s & 50s. Edited by Sarah Weinman, these eight suspense novels showcase the talent of the women authors what wrote them.

Read More »

Book Review: ‘The 3RD Woman,’ A Political Thriller by Jonathan Freedland

In 'The 3RD Woman,' Freedland takes us on a chilling ride that creates many of the challenges and dangers that we often worry about. He takes a harrowing possibility and makes it fact, then drags in the dangers of collusion and hidden agendas.

Read More »

Book Review: ‘Benjamin Franklin, Huge Pain In My …’ by Adam Mansbach and Alan Zweibel

'Benjamin Franklin, Huge Pain in my ---' is a zany, funny look at time travel of sorts, as it relates to communication. You will find yourself entranced in the antics of Ike as he seeks advice from his historical mentor.

Read More »

Book Review: ‘Life and Other Near-Death Experiences’ by Camille Pagan

In 'Life and Other Near Death Experiences,' Pagan takes us into the depth and despair of disease, and the heartache of discovery. Betrayal and pain, as well as love and romance are threaded through Libby’s rocky path of discovery.

Read More »

Book Review: ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ by Lewis Carroll, 150th Anniversary Edition Illustrated by Salvador Dalí

It's a great pleasure to rediscover Lewis Carroll's classic in this modestly priced new Princeton University Press edition, with marvelous illustrations created by Salvador Dalí for a long out-of-print 1969 printing.

Read More »