Monthly Archives: November 2017

Once We Were Brothers ~ by Robert Balson

I really enjoyed the Balson’s books Saving Sophie and The Trust  I read prior,  so I thought I’d read the first in the series because it is a series.   It’s called the Liam Taggart and Catherine Lockhart series and … Continue reading

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The House of Unexpected Sisters ~ by Alexander McCall Smith

Oh my – be still my heart.   I love these The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency books and have been reading them as they came out in 1999.   So this is Book 18 and yes,  I suppose the … Continue reading

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The Trust ~ by Robert Balson

The Trust takes place in about 2016 in the heart of Northern Ireland,  but parts of  the story go back to the time of “Troubles”  of the 1970s when the Catholic Irish wanted to reunite with their kin in the … Continue reading

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The Rooster Bar ~ by John Grisham

I have a long history with John Grisham –  love most of his books,  but a few have been less worthy.   He’s gone through phases ranging from very serious legal thrillers to rather formula courtroom thrillers to non-crime books … Continue reading

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Bruno’s Dream ~   by Iris Murdoch

I love that I can get older Kindle and Audio books at the click of a keyboard.  Bruno’s Dream  was first published in 1969 and is certainly a classic,  but that’s no guarantee that it’s  available in any of my … Continue reading

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Two Kinds of Truth by Michael Connelly

Back when Harry Bosch was a young and eager cop he successfully apprehended and got Preston Borders convicted of  the rape and murder of three young women. Borders went to death row at San Quentin and even after all this … Continue reading

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