If you are a fan of the sort of stylish mystery in which a well-to-do British fellow whose honest life … Continue reading “The Toff Proceeds,” much in the same way The Saint would proceed, but not as entertainingly
You can now pre-order the next book in my pirate murder mystery series Continue reading Are you ready to sail “The Devil’s Wind” with Spider John?
This Collins book, while not in the same class as “The Moonstone” or “The Woman in White,” impressed me nonetheless. … Continue reading “No Name,” by Wilkie Collins: A good, old-fashioned read
Ed McBain’s “87th Precinct” books can almost be viewed as individual chapters in a much longer novel about the men … Continue reading “Ax,” a short visit to Ed McBain’s 87th Precinct
Here is a quick update on some author appearances in the works. I hope to the Jolly Roger at all … Continue reading I don’t always know where I am going, so here’s a list …
Unlike many haunted house tales, which typically offer a slow burn and a build-up to the horrors, this one moves … Continue reading “Hell House,” by Richard Matheson, which I should have read long ago