MysteryPeople Pick of the Month: PHANTOM by Jo Nesbo

MysteryPeople Pick of the Month for October: Phantom  by Jo Nesbo ~Post by Chris M. A few years ago Jo Nesbo was marketed as the heir to Steig Larsson’s Nordic crime fiction throne, and while Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy certainly catapulted Nordic crime writers into a new sphere of the public eye, it is my belief that Nesbo will ultimately … Continue reading MysteryPeople Pick of the Month: PHANTOM by Jo Nesbo

Book Review: What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank

Book: What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank by Nathan Englander Reviewed by: Kester Any storyteller worth his or her salt knows that to tell a universal story, one must tell a specific one or else risk leaving the reader with something too broad and vague. Nathan Englander tells specific stories, particular … Continue reading Book Review: What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank

Book Review: ‘The Flame Alphabet’ by Ben Marcus

Book: The Flame Alphabet by Ben Marcus Reviewed by: Matthew It's a familiar story: the postmodern dysfunctional family that, for one reason or another, seems only glued together by an angsty teenager who wants almost nothing to do with her father (who has been so repeatedly scorned by his daughter, he has come to the … Continue reading Book Review: ‘The Flame Alphabet’ by Ben Marcus