Tag: book reviews

Bull Mountain

Crime-on-crime review series #7: Bull Mountain, by Brian Panowich

Bull Mountain is the saga of the Burroughs clan, a long line of Georgia outlaws stretching back into the days before prohibition. the Burroughs have spent nearly all those years protected by the sanctity of their backwoods home turf, a place...

/ November 16, 2015
What Happens in Reno, by Mike Monson

Crime-on-crime review series #5: What Happens In Reno, by Mike Monson

Oh good god. Oh my my. That Mike Monson is one sick puppy. I mean that in the best possible way. I’ve had the privilege to read several of Mike Monson’s books, including his novella The Scent of New Death,...

/ November 9, 2015
Lamentation, by Joe Clifford

Crime-on-crime review series #1: Lamentation, by Joe Clifford

As a writer, it goes without saying that I read A TON. I recently read Joe Clifford’s new novel, Lamentation, which happens to be on the ballot for an Anthony Award at this year’s Bouchercon. I didn’t get twenty pages into...

/ November 4, 2015