Tag Archives: mystery

Whispering Shadows

HisLit This book takes place in the vividly described setting of Hong Kong.  If you have never traveled there, the author does a good job making you feel as though you have visited it.  In addition to the various detailed … Continue reading

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The Abominable

Movel of the month After reading this story, I have been swept up in the world of mountain climbing jargon and am reminded just how dangerous mountains are—even for experienced mountaineers.  Despite its beauty and because of its world record … Continue reading

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Sookie Stackhouse novels & A Discovery of Witches

Book Pairing        I think this pairing is fitting for the month of October.  I am a fan of the Sookie Stackhouse novels, which have helped to create the script for the HBO hit series True Blood.  I … Continue reading

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The Coffin Dancer

HisLit A while back, I wrote about one of Lee Child’s novels that had a twisted criminal committing all the murders in the story.  In Deaver’s book, not only do we deal with a disturbed psychopath, but we are able … Continue reading

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Angels Flight

HisLit Do you like the pace and suspense of Law and Order?  If you do, you’ll probably like this story.  This is one of Connelly’s earlier mystery cases featuring LAPD officer, Harry Bosch.  As with all mysteries, there is a murder and … Continue reading

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Running Blind

HisLit Want a story that has an interesting twist at the end?  This novel is a mystery which will grab you the moment you start it right to the end, when we find out who is responsible for the deaths … Continue reading

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The Rule of Four

HisLit My first HisLit suggestion is a book written by Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason.  I know this is not a recent novel, but it is worth reading.  It helps when you have other titles to read while you may be waiting … Continue reading

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