Monthly Archives: October 2016

Friday Forgotten Book – Superman For All Seasons by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale

Superman For All Seasons by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale © 1999, DC Comics, graphic novel This may be the finest Superman graphic novel ever done. I know that’s a big statement, and I realize that fans will all have their own … Continue reading

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Review: Tales by Charles Todd

Tales by Charles Todd © 2015, stories originally published 2010- 2014, Harper-Collins, Witness Impulse imprint, 2015 trade paperback mystery short story collection – Ian Rutledge, Bess Crawford This thin (159 page) collection features two of Todd’s series characters, Ian Rutledge and Bess … Continue reading

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Current Reading: Nabb, Runcie, O’Connell, Siger

I finished reading Death of An Englishman by Magdalen Nabb, the first book in her series featuring Marshal Salvatore Guarnaccia of Florence. I liked it, though if the author intended to fool me with the identity of the criminal, she only partly succeeded; I figured it … Continue reading

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