Tag Archives: suspense

Orfeo

Movel of the Month What an interesting combination of topics: music and science.  Bring in Homeland Security and it becomes a suspense story.  This mix of themes may not appeal to every male reader, but you have to admire the … Continue reading

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The Last Kind Words

Movel of the Month Although this is not a book about the mafia, it still has the same tone as an episode of The Sopranos.  Instead of New Jersey, it takes place in Long Island, N.Y.  Instead of gang rings and … Continue reading

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London Bridges

Movel of the Month Alex Cross is at it again.  This book is not the most recent one in the series (in fact, it is the tenth) but when I decided to read it, I understood what was happening in … Continue reading

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Millennium Trilogy & The Boy in the Suitcase

Book Pairing     Although The Boy in the Suitcase is not part of a trilogy, it bears a strong resemblance to the themes that are present in Larsson’s novels.  First off, they both take place in Scandinavian countries: one in … Continue reading

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