I enjoy a good, classic murder mystery from time to time, so when The Body in the Garden showed up with a lovely looking cover on Netgalley, I snatched it up. I received this book from Crooked Lane Books in exchange for an honest review. This book is different from most books I read for … Continue reading Book Review: The Body in the Garden
This summer I am putting some dents in the long time books on my TBR list! I wanted to read this book for two reasons, Kathy Reichs (writer of the Bones TV series), and I happen to like wolves or anything dog related. Virals by Kathy Reichs and Brendan Reichs Tory, niece of Temperance Brennan, and her super smart friends get into a heap of trouble when they discovers one of the wild wolf-German Shepherd hybrid pups go missing from the island where their parents all work. They discover that one of the scientists on the island has been experimenting on him. Which also exposes her and her friends to something that is changing them.
I heard about this book on a podcast, probably Writing Excuses. I like a good mystery, especially a classic Sherlock Holmes story but with a twist. I am enjoying this story immensely. However, I read a chapter of this to my middle school student and they thought chapter one was boring. This story has a … Continue reading Warlock Holmes: A Study in Brimstone —Book Review
This is another Lone Star book. Next in line for me to read is Rebel Mechanics which is another Lone Star book. Yes, I frequently shop the Lone Star List when looking for a good book to read. I've never read this author before--haven't even heard of her really. Priest usually writes steampunk, mystery, and dark … Continue reading I am Princess X
Dan Wells is also on Writing Excuses with Brandon Sanderson, Mary Robinette Kowal, and Howard Taylor. This is the second book I've read by Dan Wells. The first one I read a few years ago is called Partials. It was a good story centered around a brilliant idea, but it got a little too teenager … Continue reading I am Not a Serial Killer