The Cabin in the Woods is a Movie to Forget

I cannot believe that I spent an hour and a half watching a movie that was grounded on quick sand and the plot was murkier than what James Patterson could ever come up with. It was supposedly a comedy and horror movie, but it was neither one of these genre. I classify this as in […]

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Review : Angel’s Flight by Michael Connelly

Riots over racial discrepancy is a regular happenstance in Los Angeles. A black civil lawyer who sues policemen is killed. The city is about to burn. All clues point towards involvement of a trained gunman. Is it a cop who pulled the trigger? Harry Bosch is on the case, and is personally involved. Why? Michael […]

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Book Review : Running Blind aka The Visitor by Lee Child

I must confess that I wasn’t a big fan of Jack Reacher the first time I encountered him in Die Trying. Since then, after a hiatus, I have read three other Jack Reacher novels and seem to have picked up a liking for the way he conducts himself during investigations and with the ladies. This […]

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Book Review : Michael Connelly’s Trunk Music

Michael Connelly has the knack and trait to keep readers glued on. Trunk Music, the fifth instalment in the Harry Bosch series lives up to the expectations. In this novel, a body is found in the trunk of a car. All the clues lead to a mob hit, hence the mob term – Trunk Music. […]

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