Monthly Archives: April 2019

“He had finished accumulating experiences and now he was shuffling around in the past, peeking inside boxes and then closing them quickly” – Extinctions by Josephine Wilson

I struggle with books that don’t offer characters that I can root for. If a story is told through the voice of a particularly unlikable character it becomes even more difficult for me. Wilson’s novel is told from the perspective … Continue reading

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She was my other half when I had not realized I was incomplete – “A Dangerous Collaboration” by Deanna Raybourn

As soon as Goodreads alerts me that a new Veronica Speedwell mystery is coming out, I immediately put in a request at the library. Thankfully, most of the folks that utilize my library either are ill informed about the publishing … Continue reading

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