Articles Posted in the " Mystery " Category

  • Needs More Murder: “Murder at the Flamingo” Book Review

    While not on my list of galleys to grab at this year’s BookExpo, I was nonetheless intrigued by both the title and the cover of Rachel McMillan’s Murder at the Flamingo. I was excited to sink my teeth into this murder mystery set in Depression-era Boston. Sadly, I was disappointed. Read our before commenting. Please do […]


  • Bonfire Is a Tired Trope That Nonetheless Entertains

    Krysten Ritter’s Bonfire is nothing we haven’t seen before. Small-town girl longs to escape, but eventually something draws her back, and she must face the demons of her past. In Abby Williams’ case, she’s an environmental lawyer who returns to investigate Optimal, the company that owns and employs most of her hometown of Barrens, Indiana. Despite […]



  • The Dresden Files: Is It Worth Watching?

    Any time I say ‘The Dresden Files’ you, of course, start to think about that television show which aired on the SyFy (then still named Sci-Fi) channel several years ago. Oh, wait, some of you don’t have any idea what I’m talking about, do you? Well, in this case some explanation is needed. The Dresden Files was […]