Category Archives: Noir/Mystery

Book review: In Midnight’s Silence

This first-of-three novella dives straight into the deep end, immersing the reader in a different time for Earth (pre-WWII Spain) and a different (paranormal) social structure, with politics, power grabs, and factions which use heavy-handed, even brutal tactics against even … Continue reading

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Book Review: Clean Burn

Another reblog, as I organize my web presence, finally…books & whisky here, tech & Sci_fi at Pat Hayden Jones Clean Burn by Karen Sandler My rating: 4 of 5 stars Well, for you VI Warshawsky fans, there is another woman … Continue reading

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Book Review: Frank Sinatra in a Blender

Yes, I have reblogged myself – centralizing all book reviews here at W&W. Frank Sinatra in a Blender by Matthew McBride My rating: 3 of 5 stars Warning: profanity follows. I’m not exactly the epitome of discretion myself when I … Continue reading

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Book review: A Swollen Red Sun

McBride has come out of the gate with a very different book than the frenetic (and fun) pinball game that was Frank Sinatra in a Blender. That was a wild ride, focused set of characters, brash, loud, gory as heck … Continue reading

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