Nightmares of Caitlin Lockyer (Nightmares, #1) by Demelza Carlton

This review is a part of a reviews only book tour hosted by Irresistible Reads Book Tours. Visit the Tour Page for more reviews! This is not my usual kind of read: but it was a good getaway from the routine. Nightmares of Caitlin Lockyer is an odd story, and as far as I’m concerned, it’s veryContinue reading “Nightmares of Caitlin Lockyer (Nightmares, #1) by Demelza Carlton”

The Calcutta Chromosome: A Novel of Fevers, Delirium & Discovery by Amitav Ghosh

I wasn’t sure if The Calcutta Chromosome was science fiction, until I read that it won the Arthur C. Clarke award. It is a fictionalized account of Sir Ronald Ross’s breakthrough in the research regarding the cause and cure of malaria. Summary: The novel opens in the future and we are introduced to Antar (and Ava,Continue reading “The Calcutta Chromosome: A Novel of Fevers, Delirium & Discovery by Amitav Ghosh”

Connections by Mary Lou Gediman

I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Summary: Pontiac Parker is a bit of an eccentric. He is also extremely dedicated to his cultural and spiritual heritage. Pontiac’s extraordinary fixation with the number seven may seem peculiar to the insensible onlooker. To him, thought, it’s as natural as any oneContinue reading “Connections by Mary Lou Gediman”

Dangerous Past by A. F. Ebbers Virtual Tour – Review and Giveaway

I have received this book in exchange for an honest review. To visit the rest of the virtual book tour stops, visit the Partners in Crime Tours page.  Genre: Suspense, Thriller, Mystery Published by: Silverhawk Books Publication on: September 8th, 2011 Pages: 240 To win an e-copy of this fabulous book, scroll down. _________________________________________________________________ About the author: A. F. Ebbers,Continue reading “Dangerous Past by A. F. Ebbers Virtual Tour – Review and Giveaway”

The Little Drummer Girl by John le Carre

Reading John le Carre always makes me realize that a good mystery does not need to be fast-paced. In this book, as well, le Carre takes his time introducing us to the different characters and creating an apt background for the story that is about to begin. I like the slow-ish pace, because the writing isContinue reading “The Little Drummer Girl by John le Carre”

Killing Floor by Lee Child

I thought: should I be worried? I was under arrest. In a town where I’d never been before. Apparently for murder. But I knew two things. First, they couldn’t prove something had happened if it hadn’t happened. And second, I hadn’t killed anybody. Not in their town, and not for a long time, anyway. AboutContinue reading “Killing Floor by Lee Child”