Altar of Bones by Philip Carter

Murder mystery?  Check.  Double agent spies?  Check.  Twisted family legacy?  Check.  Random James Bond-esque Russian plot twist?  Check.  This book has all the positive starts of a good book.  Well let me clarify, good as in entertaining.  After all a person needs good entertainment that isn’t always highbrow.  We all need an escape and this … Continue reading Altar of Bones by Philip Carter

The Snowman by Jo Nesbø

The world is going to be a little topsy turvy in this post, much like the idea of a snowman being ominous.  Seemed only fair.  So let us kick this review off with my rating!  Two spoons up for sure!  Maybe even two and a half.  The extra half spoon is for the fact that … Continue reading The Snowman by Jo Nesbø