Tag Archives: Douglas Preston

Impact

Alright, it’s been an atrocious summer for book reviewing, and not that great for book reading either.  Life seemed to have other plans for me.  But since my last actual review, I have moved downtown into an apartment with my … Continue reading

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The Monster of Florence

—4— What a fantastically horrifying true crime novel!  Loved it! From Publishers Weekly: United in their obsession with a grisly Italian serial murder case almost three decades old, thriller writer Preston (coauthor, Brimstone) and Italian crime reporter Spezi seek to uncover … Continue reading

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Blasphemy

—3— I really need to stop reading books where religion plays a major role; I’m getting tired of it.  Lately, it’s been my own fault, I’ve chosen these books right?  But this time I plead ignorance (a scary word, I … Continue reading

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Tyrannosaur Canyon

—3—  Tyrannosaur Canyon by Douglas Preston begins as Tom Broadbent comes upon a shot prospector in a New Mexico canyon. The prospector, Stem Weathers, makes Broadbent promise to give a code-incripted notebook to his daughter.  Broadbent finds himself tailed by … Continue reading

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