Friday, October 29, 2010

Dead to Writes (Cathy Wiley)

It's another murder mystery, and once again, my gut feeling gave an erroneous assumption. Thankfully, Cassandra Ellis and Detective James Whittaker were not so easily misled.
  • Overall: 3.4 ҉
  • Plot: 4/5
  • Originality: 4/5
  • Language: 2/5
  • Believability: 3.5/5

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Life in the Slow Lane (Thomas Sullivan)

This book marks the first work of nonfiction that I've reviewed for this blog. With Driver's Ed an activity long-forgotten, it was intriguing to think about it from the instructor's point of view. Sullivan just happens to have first-hand experience.
  • Overall: 3.5 ҉
  • Content: 3/5
  • Originality: 4/5
  • Language: 2/5
  • Credibility: 5/5

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Author Interview: Dorothy James

This week, I had the wonderful opportunity to interview Dorothy James, author of A Place to Die: An Inspector Georg Büchner Mystery, along with assorted books and articles on German and Austrian literature. She is currently working on her second novel, a continuation of the adventures of Inspector George Büchner.

A Place to Die: An Inspector Georg Büchner Mystery

Other Links:
Book Review: A Place to Die: An Inspector Georg Büchner Mystery
Vienna Mysteries

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Mr. Darcy's Diary (Amanda Grange)

To an avid fan of Jane Austen's works, the idea of Pride and Prejudice from Mr. Darcy's point of view was appealing. It bears reiterating, however, that the book was in fact written centuries later by a different author.

  • Overall: 1.8 ҉
  • Plot: 2/5
  • Originality: 2/5
  • Language: 1.3/5
  • Believability: 2/5


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