Reviewed: Stay Close by Harlen Coben

  It’s been seventeen years! Three people living in Atlantic City tread along that thin-line they abandoned seventeen years ago. Or maybe not! Maybe they just thought that they escaped something not knowing that that something was chasing them all this while. Because that is what happens with past, it can never be buried! It…

Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

Book: Murder on the Orient Express Author: Agatha Christie Hardcover: 266 pages Genre: Adult-Fiction, Murder Mystery Date Published: First Published 1934 Synopsis: One of Agatha Christie’s most famous mysteries, “Murder on the Orient Express” was inspired by two real-life crimes and the author’s own experience being stranded on the Orient Express during Christmas of 1931….

Reviewed – Tell No One by Harlen Coben

  Its been eight years. David Beck is a widower mourning the loss of his wife and childhood-love, Elizabeth. Elizabeth was kidnapped and brutally murdered for reasons known to no one. A pediatrician by profession, Beck has busied his life with kids and their medical issues. Until this morning when he receives an anonymous email…

Reviewed – The Pope’s Stone by Marc Kuhn

To Monica, thank you for sharing the review copy with me. This book was read and reviewed for the author. The Pope’s Stone is a work of historical-fiction by the Author Marc Kuhn. I would like to add a special vote of thanks to Monica for recommending the book to me. Nathaniel Henry Barrington and…

Reviewed – On Writing by Stephen King

Being a Nicholas Sparks fan that I am, I was wandering through his personal website  one evening when I came across this section ‘Advice for Writers‘… Dropping everything that I was doing, I set out to reading it. I found it worth my time as Sparks has listed and recommended some books that will help…