Book Reviews

LIBRARY NOTES – April 2007

LIBRARY NOTES - April 2007

At nearly 800 pages, the book is a delight to read, and provides an informative and often riotous ride through the cultural and social history of the 20th century, particularly New York’s.

A SHAGGY DOG STORY — March 2007

A SHAGGY DOG STORY — March 2007

A man walked into a bar, a pub really, for this story takes place in the England of Detective Superintendent Richard Jury.

MEMORY AND DESTINY – February 2007

MEMORY AND DESTINY  - February 2007

Christopher Banks, a famous English detective, spent his childhood in Shanghai before the Sino-Japanese War………………………..

MURDERS IN THE MONASTERY — January 2007

MURDERS IN THE MONASTERY — January 2007

Set in 16th century Tudor England under King Henry VIII, Dissolution by C.J. Sansom, an historic crime novel, affords us a look into a time of religious upheaval and superstition.

THE INEPT SPY – November 2006

THE INEPT SPY  - November 2006

LeCarré once again shows us the heart of darkness that exists in government, institutions, big business, and in people.

OBSESSION- October 2006

OBSESSION- October 2006

A trauma occurs in your life. It devastates you. How do you deal with it?