I used to really love British thrillers, and so it was fun to return to a genre I hadn’t read in a while. “Delphian” hits many hallmarks of the genre, but is also a thriller with a bit of a difference, which made it even more interesting for me. The main character, Vincent, is an […]
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This is not at all the sort of book I would normally read, but as a Russianist I was fascinated by the premise. It’s the true-life account of the author’s relationship with Soviet defector and ex-KGB agent Sergei Kourdakov, one of the more unusual figures in the Cold War. The book is billed as reading […]
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Today (August 7) TMLI is free on Kindle (and of course it’s always free on KU)! Get it here.
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Hi All! I’m very excited to welcome fantasy author JJ Sherwood, whom I’m featuring here today. JJ has recently released the second book in her “Steps of Power” series, an epic fantasy series chockablock full of intrigue, adventure, and action. If there’s nothing you like better than Elven intrigue and handsome Elven warriors, you need […]
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A serial killer/detective mystery with a very engaging hook. I love detective novels but I’m not a huge fan of the serial killer sub-genre, which tends to be too gory and scary for me. This book did dwell a little too much for my taste on the victims’ suffering, and there were a few minor […]
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4/4.5 stars. I had very mixed feelings about how to review this. I’m a huge HP fan, and so reading this was of course super-exciting for me, and I did really enjoy it. At the same time, it was clear to me that reading a play script is not the same as reading one of […]
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