In 2005 Hard Case Crime published a small book called The Colorado Kid by Stephen King. At 184 pages it
Just found out that Iain Banks died yesterday. A sad day for the world of writing. I will miss his
In 1981, over a decade since the last official novel John Gardner was invited to revive Bond in book form.
Slaughterhouse 5 by Kurt Vonnegut clocks in at 157 pages and yet is one of the most entertaining and thought-provoking
A Brief History of The Spy by Paul Simpson is a factual account of modern spying from the Cold War
The Wind Through The Keyhole is a story within a story within a story. Bear with me – I’ll explain.
Having come to terms with the slow demise of Terry Pratchett, I now find out that another of my faves
Stonemouth is Stewart Gilbert’s home town situated on the coast north of Aberdeen. Stewart has returned to Stonemouth from London
In the first part of the 1Q84 trilogy celebrated Japanese author Murakami tells the sometimes surreal story of Aomame and
This is just a quick post to say that I am not shirking my Blogging responsibilities, in fact the reason