Review

The Man With The Twisted Lip by Arthur C. Doyle

The Man With The Twisted Lip by Arthur C. Doyle

Everytime I read a Sherlock Holmes story, I feel its the best, most entertaining short fiction I have ever read. But at the very next tale, I am proven wrong as Arthur Conan Doyle keeps coming up with even more engrossing mysterious stories. My latest read ‘The Man With The […]

by April 11, 2014 Review
Dating In The Dark by Pete Sortwell

Dating In The Dark by Pete Sortwell

We human beings are by nature very creative and inquisitive. We tend to go where everyone else is going and still pretend that we are unique. We want to know every little detail about others’ lives yet almost paranoid about our own privacy. We judge others by looks, attitudes and […]

by April 6, 2014 Review
The Prophecy of Trivine

The Prophecy of Trivine

Have you ever wondered how we humans came into existence? Whether we were created as an entity by God or did we evolve as painstakingly from single celled amoeba as described by scientists? Well, this question has always been a contention of debate amongst various cults, each claiming their own […]

by March 13, 2014 Review
A Death On The Wolf by G. M. Frazier

A Death On The Wolf by G. M. Frazier

I downloaded a free edition of A Death On The Wolf by G.M.Frazier purely on the basis of its title. I had never before read a book about werewolves and misreading the title I thought it was somehow connected with death of a wolf. Only after buying the book, I […]

by January 28, 2014 Review
Julie & Julia : Movie

Julie & Julia : Movie

I have just finished watching Julie & Julia, a movie contrasting the lives of Julia Child (a chef and cookery book writer of 1950s) and Julie Powell (a New York based blogger & aspiring writer). And though I am neither a great cook nor a foodie, I simply loved the […]

by January 26, 2014 Review
Pike Place by Marilyn Howard Tschudi

Pike Place by Marilyn Howard Tschudi

Just finished reading Pike Place, debut novel by Marilyn Howard Tschudi. When I downloaded it as an ebook courtesy Amazon I scarcely thought that a debutant could write such a strong book, especially as it centered around a kid acting as sleuth. However as I continued, the story became larger […]

by November 9, 2013 e-Books, Review
Five Orange Pips by Arthur Conan Doyle

Five Orange Pips by Arthur Conan Doyle

An envelope with five dried Orange Pips is received by a rich man, baffling him to make a will in hurry and within seven weeks, he dies in his own garden. The same incident repeats with his inheritor and he too dies within three days. Now, the same innocuous envelope […]

by November 4, 2013 Review
Boscombe Valley Mystery by Arthur Conan Doyle

Boscombe Valley Mystery by Arthur Conan Doyle

In my last review A Case Of Identity I acclaimed that I have stopped expecting murder mysteries from Doyle and am enjoying the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes as pure detective fiction. But it seems Arthur is hell bent on making my perspective change at every turn as the very next […]

by October 28, 2013 Review