https://youtu.be/ldKXxStp3rE And here's this week's #BookTube review. My apologies for abandoning this blog, I'll try to bring you all a few reviews over the next few days. Busy, busy, busy bee.
This is my penultimate Philip Marlowe novel and I am so happy with it, you guys. The Little Sister is as self-reflective, exhausted and close to broken that I've seen Raymond Chandler's PI get. He's not having an easy time with what promised to be a simple enough missing person case, full of deceptive femme... Continue Reading →
Child rarely goes back all the way to Reacher's military career but this one tackles a pair of decisive moments for everyone's favourite army policeman, one personal and the other one professional, both coinciding and intertwining in ways that change Reacher forever. The Enemy sees Major Jack Reacher of the US Army welcoming the New... Continue Reading →
I’m told you are a widower and have two young daughters, both pretty, both wild. Some books, you need to read. The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler is one of those. It's a complex detective noir story and a precursor to some of today's most notable crime novels -- Jack Reacher and John Milton(former assassin)... Continue Reading →