Surely, Alexander McCall Smith isn’t the only philosopher in the world who writes novels. But he’s probably the best known and one of the most commercially successful.
Donna Andrews has done it again: served up another amusing and intelligent adventure in her Meg Langslow cozy mystery series—now up to volume 25.
“there ought to have been more to Less than the sum of its parts.”
“a highly engaging, charming read . . .”
“Many readers will struggle to finish this book. Those who persevere will be looking at the final pages and asking forlornly regarding the end: ‘Are we nearly there yet?’”
“Lynn Messina’s writing style and storytelling prowess is not just skillful, but also incredibly enjoyable and entertaining.
“The plot of The Spoiler rattles along with slow-burning subplots that manage to keep the reader engaged. If the reveals are a little disappointing in their substance, Ms.
“In the end the real question is: What would happen if we were to throw away caution and good sense and choose instead to enjoy a moment—albeit a delectable one—in time?
“After his ‘retirement’ from the newspaper in 2005, Mr. Barry set out to write books. In Lunatics he has partnered with the well-known television writer Alan Zweibel.
“For readers who enjoy a light, breezy love story, this book clips along well and satisfies.
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“To read these comic poems in blank verse again is to live childhood again, when the surly, often irate insect was first discovered.
“Despite coming in at just under 500 pages, If This Is Paradise, I Want My Money Back seems to go by in a flash.
“Shannon Nering does a good job of plausibly illustrating the soulless, cutthroat world of show business and provides a great cast of characters to perfectly complement the story.
“Delightfully entertaining with a killing sense of humor, Practical Jean: A Novel is worthy contender for Book of The Year. You’ll love it to death.”
“Sad Monsters crackles with wit, irony, and sarcasm.