Category Archives: suspense

Book review: Sting, by Sandra Brown

Sting, the latest novel by Romance-Suspense master Sandra Brown, turns the typical romance novel formula upside down by showing just how deadly love can be. Sting begins with a woman walking into a bar. It may sound like a familiar … Continue reading

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I’ve been hearing a lot about the Mayor’s Summer Reading Club, do you have any recommendations for adults who want to participate?

The Mayor’s Summer Reading Club is not only designed for children and teenagers, but for adults too! You are also able to win prizes by logging in each book you have read – online or at your local branch – … Continue reading

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Thrillmeister & Societal Fortune Teller: Revisiting Ira Levin

I recently read Ira Levin’s 1967 newborn-Devil, Satanic horror classic Rosemary’s Baby for the first time; I barely put it down for two days straight. It led me to watch the Criterion Collection 1968 film version, starring Mia Farrow and Supporting Actress … Continue reading

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