Category Archives: Book Reviews: Crime

Librarian Recommended Reads – World Gone By by Dennis LeHane

World Gone By is set in Tampa, Florida in the early 1940’s and is every bit as cool as its cover. The story focuses on Joe Coughlin, a semi-retired gangster, widower, and father whose efforts to maintain the gangster lifestyle … Continue reading

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Librarian Recommended Reads: Five Minutes Alone by Paul Cleave

Five Minutes Alone The saying ‘give me five minutes alone with that person’ usually means someone wishes harm to another in retribution for a perceived slight or injustice, and that is the basis for Paul Cleave’s new novel Five Minutes … Continue reading

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Librarian Recommended Reads: Theodore Boone: The Fugitive by John Grisham

The Fugitive¬† is number 5 in the Theodore Boone series. Yes, Theodore Boone the precocious thirteen year old lawyer is at it again. One cannot help but gravitate towards this kind lovable character as he sets out to help and … Continue reading

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W is for Wasted by Sue Grafton

“Two dead bodies changed the course of my life that fall. One of them I knew and the other I’d never laid eyes on until I saw him in the morgue.” The first was a local Private Investigator of suspect … Continue reading

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