a review of the the cat who moved a mountian by llillian jackson braun that was good.
It's a book review of Dan Brown's Digital Fortress.
this is a review for the cat who saw stars which is one of the books in the seris of the cat who.
what the book is about and i loved it. it is a great book to read
what the book is about and it didnt take me too long to read it
i have read a book call the cat who robbed a bank by lillian jackson braun. this is a second one i have read in the seris. in the seris it is the 27th one and i found it a little suspicful.
Brigid Quinn is an ex FBI agent and has many memories she can’t forget. She also has skills learned while on the job that she is hoping she will not need to use in her new life.
"Fire!" It was a command. The five detectives fired as one.
A young mother drowns her five children in a bathtub while mentally ill.
This is a book review on a first book of a series entitled Blue Monday by Nicci French.
This is a book review of a book I recently read by a new author.
Detective Inspector (DI) John Rebus and Detective Sargent (DS) Siobhan Clarke uncover evidence that a serial killer may be on the loose during the G8 Summit in Scotland in July 2005.
A brutal crime takes place taking the lives of a woman and her two foster children. The crime is one of violence and cruelty. One could describe it as evil.
For over a hundred years, the Sherlock Holmes detective stories have entertained us. But have you ever thought what makes him the world’s most famous private detective?
This is a story about blurred lines between right and wrong, justified murder or unjustified murder. Can one be given absolution when the murdered victim deserved punishment? Is punishment ours to net out?