Book Review: The Patron Murders by Edwin Wilson. Mr. Wilson knows how to create authentic characters that a reader can get behind. His obvious extensive knowledge of the theatre lends itself to a fast-paced mystery that is worth investigating further.
Bound by Duty seemed to take me forever to read. I have admitted before that audiobooks tend to take me awhile because of my short commute, but I think there was something more at play with this one than just my short commute.
Missing Pieces got my heart racing. I kept asking questions. I kept looking at my husband out of the corner of my eye. I finished the book in one day and it got me out of a bad book funk.
Book Review The Salinger Contract by Adam Langer The whole time I was reading The Salinger Contract I kept wondering if it was real. There were real places and real people. Could the story, as far-fetched as it seemed at times, actually be real? Could Dex Dunford be real? Could HE be the reason Salinger and Harper Lee are solitary authors who only published one novel (well, until recently for Ms. Lee)? Adam Langer’s book will have you asking questions like this and pondering the real personalities versus media personalities of some well-known authors. I throughly enjoyed this mysterious author adventure. The novel explores what it takes to write a novel, why an author writes and what constitutes as a true audience. Is it just a couple a of people or the masses? I enjoyed the nods to famous authors, many of whom I have not read, but recognized as being giants in the industry. Langer, our storyteller, has chosen the names of Ramona and Beatrice for his children. I couldn’t help but smile thinking of my childhood days reading Ramona the Pest. Connor’s son is named Atticus and with the repeated references to Harper Lee, I’m sure it’s no […]