Mystery Book Review | Big Sky by Kate Atkinson

Little, Brown & Co. ∙ June 25, 2019 ∙ 400 pgs Dear Reader, How would Dashiell Hammett’s books read if he had been British instead of American?  They would have read much like Kate Atkinson’s newest novel, Big Sky.  The book delights and entertains with its clean, unique prose, unrestrained eloquence, and remarkably haunted characters. … Continue reading Mystery Book Review | Big Sky by Kate Atkinson

Fantasy Book Review | A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms by George R.R. Martin

Bantam Publishers ∙ October 2015 ∙ 369pgs Dear Reader, 100 years before the events chronicles in Game of Thrones, there lived a hedge knight named Dunk and his young, bald squire called Egg. Together, they roamed Westeros, doing chivalrous deeds and getting out of scrapes and misfortune. Dunk has been tasked with teaching Egg how… Continue reading Fantasy Book Review | A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms by George R.R. Martin

Mystery Book Review| Sweet Tea and Secrets by Joy Avon

Crooked Lane Books * June 11, 2019 Sleuth Callie Aspen wants to light up the Fourth of July tea party by solving a celebrity’s decades-old disappearance, but her digging results in more fireworks than she expects. Sweet Tea and Secrets is as refreshing as a cold beverage on a hot summer’s day.  The story is… Continue reading Mystery Book Review| Sweet Tea and Secrets by Joy Avon

Book Chat with Best-selling Author, Charles Frazier

On April 28, 2019, in an austere gallery in Davidson College's most central building, international best-selling author Charles Frazier joined a group of Davidson, NC citizens for a chat about his latest book, Varina – a poignant fictional account of the life of Varina Davis, wife of Jefferson Davis. It was an honor to get… Continue reading Book Chat with Best-selling Author, Charles Frazier