Category Archives: Literature

“Stranger Things: Suspicious Minds”

“Stranger Things: Suspicious Minds,” published by Del Rey on February 5, 2019, became the first official novel connected to the Netflix series. Written by bestselling author Gwenda Bond, the novel is a prequel to what has been shown to viewers, … Continue reading

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“Into the Black Nowhere – A Tension Filled and Well Paced Thriller”

Late at night, Shana Kerber hears her baby crying. Like any good mother, she gets out of bed to comfort the child. She thinks nothing of it. The baby has cried before, and it will cry again, that is just … Continue reading

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“The Collector by John Fowles”

At the start of the novel “The Collector,” Frederick Clegg has just realized a dream that so many people have – he has won a substantial sum of money. This very sizeable monetary windfall has changed his financial situation so … Continue reading

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“I’m Keith Hernandez: A Memoir”

Two-time World Series Champion, 1982, 1986. Five-time All-Star, 1979, 1980, 1984, 1986, 1987. Eleven Gold Gloves at first base – A Major League Baseball record. 1979 National League Most Valuable Player Award, as a member of the St. Louis Cardinals, … Continue reading

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“The Billionaire Boys Club by Sue Horton”

Over the course of three years, L.A. Weekly journalist, Sue Horton, worked tirelessly on her non-fiction book, “The Billionaire Boys Club.” Horton was rewarded for her hard work and effort, when her book was published by St. Martin’s Press on … Continue reading

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“Final Girls by Riley Sager”

A decade has passed since Quincy Carpenter, on who the book “Final Girls” is centered, became the only survivor of killer, Joe Hannen’s deadly rampage. The incident, in which five of her college friends perished, was dubbed the ‘Pine Cottage … Continue reading

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“The Cuban Affair by Nelson DeMille”

When someone is hesitant to get involved in something they believe could be risky, in terms of physical well-being, very often, the allure of money can be a powerful motivator. Thirty-five year old Daniel MacCormick, better known as Mac, is … Continue reading

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“The Lying Game by Ruth Ware”

The retrieval of a human bone by a dog out of an estuary known as the Reach, in the coastal village of Salten, is the catalyst which begins British author Ruth Ware’s (The Woman in Cabin 10) third novel. The … Continue reading

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“Second Nature: The Legacy of Ric Flair and the Rise of Charlotte”

When I first heard that a new book about wrestling icon, the 16-time world champion, Ric Flair was being published, I was interested, but the news also left me wondering – Why? Flair, had already released an excellent autobiography, “To … Continue reading

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“Slice of Cherry by Dia Reeves”

The Cordelle sisters, Kit and Fancy, aren’t typical teenage girls. For starters, their father, Guthrie Cordelle, is an infamous murderer, known as the Bonesaw Killer and is awaiting his execution on death row. The sisters reside in the fictional town … Continue reading

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