“Citizen Vince” by Jess Walter Review

Citizen Vince Author:  Jess Walter Released:  2006 Citizen Vince is about a criminal from New York living in Spokane, Washington in 1980 as part of the witness protection program. A typical day for Vince involves working at a donut shop, dating a prostitute, and running a credit card scam on the side. When another criminal comes... Continue Reading →

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“True Evil” by Greg Iles Review

True Evil Author:  Greg Iles Released:  2006 Greg Iles is a favorite of another attorney I work with, so recently I’ve read four of his books based on his recommendations although they’re not in my normal reading wheelhouse. The first few I read were World War II related fiction, Black Cross and Spadau Phoenix, and the second two... Continue Reading →

“The Outsider” by Stephen King Review

The Outsider Author:  Stephen King Released:  2018 Take the plot from The Dark Half, replace the villain with the something out of Salem’s Lot, told partially in the style of Carrie and what are you left with? A book full of recycled ideas from Stephen King. If I hadn’t previously read The Dark Half in particular, I would have enjoyed this... Continue Reading →

“Blood Memory” by Greg Iles Review

Blood Memory Author:  Greg Iles Released:  2005 Blood Memory tells the story of a Forensic Dentist named Cat Ferry. What does that mean? Cat is called into murder scenes to analyze bite marks and other dental related evidence. It sounds like a very specialized field, and it must be because every other character in the book... Continue Reading →

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