5 Pretzels. Hey, gang, it’s been a minute. I haven’t blogged in a minute, but not following your own arbitrary blog schedule is not a crime. I know that because I just finished taking a law class. Finished yesterday, as a matter of fact. Let’s get into this blog, shall we? For book club thisContinue reading “Cameron Post: A Review”
Millicent and her husband have a great relationship. He’s a tennis pro, she’s a realtor, they and their two children are living the organic, grassfed, phone-free dinner life due to Millicent’s dope house management skills. She really is lovely. But, as you’ve probably guessed, things are not what they seem
It’s the 1970s. Patty Hearst has been abducted. In Washington state, College age women are disappearing. Ernt (Yep. That’s a name.) has just returned from Vietnam. He lives in Seattle with his wife and daughter, Cora and Leni respectively. Ernt, like a lot of POWs, has some issues. He struggles to hold down and job and his growing more and more paranoid. So he moves his family to Alaska!
Patrick Kenzie is everything I want in a detective: smart, kind of a dick, and flawed as hell. He skirts the line between law abiding citizen and criminal. And, if I ever go missing, I would want him looking for me. He is relentless.
Murder galore, stalkers, creeps, a century old mystery. On the Street Where You Live had the makings of a great mystery. Instead, it was a real let down.
The Family Fang, Kevin Wilson 4 Pretzels After reading Nothing to See Here, I wanted more Kevin Wilson. Funny enough, The Family Fang has a connection to Nothing to See Here. So, what’s up with the Fangs? Caleb and Camille Fang are performance artists. They have two children, Annie and Buster, (they refer to them as Child A and Child B).Continue reading “The Fangs are Grade-A Wackadoos”
“Life is so beautiful that death has fallen in love with it, a jealous, possessive love that grabs at what it can.” Life of Pi 5 Pretzels Thanks to Tiger King, there’s been a lot of tiger talk on the socials lately. How about a tiger story that isn’t full of smarmy scumbags? This blogContinue reading “Life of Pi: A Review”
Emira Tucker is a twenty-five-year-old babysitter. She has no plans for the future, and in a short time, she will lose her health insurance.
Emira babysits for the Chamberlain family. Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain have two young girls, Briar and Catherine. Emira is tasked with caring for Briar while Mrs. Chamberlain works on writing her book. Easy peas, right?
This book is not about the English countryside. Apparently there was a lot of miscommunication about that on Goodreads. I mean, you should read it regardless, but just now it doesn’t look like the set of the Great British Baking Show.
This is a story of powerful men doing horrific things and other men lying to protect them. It’s disgusting. It is also a fascinating read from a journalistic perspective.