Tag: death

Book Review: POISON, by John Lescroart

Generally, not a fan of reading a book mid-series. Turns out, POISON is like … the 17th in the series? What? Let me put your mind at ease. I have never (and I have no idea why) read John Lescroart before, and I was able to read POISON without having read any of the other […]

Book Review: Anatomy of a Scandal, by Sarah Vaughan

I enjoy legal thrillers. Although very commercial, I openly admit John Grisham and Scott Turow are two of my favorites. It is possible Sarah Vaughan just elbowed her way in between the two. And I am smiling over the intrusion! Anatomy of a Scandal is an emotional legal drama ripped from the current headlines of […]

Netflix Movie Review: The Station Agent

I love when a movie makes me want to write a review; when it can force a flood of emotions through me all at once. When this happens, I know I’ve just enjoyed a film. The Station Agent is that kind of film. Released in 2003, the movie Written and Directed by Thomas McCarthy (2012, […]

Book Review: Debbie Doesn’t Do It Anymore

It is no secret. If you walked into my place, eye level on my book shelf are Walter Mosley novels. I started reading his work with the release of Devil In A Blue Dress, and have ready everything he has written to date (or at least like to believe I have). While Easy Rawlins is […]