Category: Book Reviews

Chasing the Grimm Reaper Exceeded Expectations

Chasing the Grimm Reaper pits the reader against the unknown killer of the Fairy Godmother. Yes, the Fairy Godmother. But don’t worry: You have the aid of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson in the weird and wonderful world known as Sagaland, where fairy tale denizens accept the existence of Real Worlders about as much as smarter children and adults accept the… Read more →

Book Review: “Firetok” by Gordon A. Wilson

Last Monday I read “Firetok”, a suspense novel by Gordon A. Wilson; a story flooded and  permeated with pure horror. The opening scene warns you that the book is going to be dark. When violence comes into play, I will normally shut a book and move on, since I suffer from post-traumatic stress syndrome: However, I couldn’t put this book down. I’m… Read more →