Robert B. Parker’s Colorblind By Reed Farrel Coleman DB 92105 / CL 18089 After a stint in rehab, Paradise police chief Jesse Stone is confronted by a series of … Continued
American adults read or listen to an average of 12 books per year. Stephen King, on the other hand, reads seventy or eighty. He calls himself a “slow reader.” In … Continued
Stephen King can bring to light something mundane and turn it into your worst fear. In this case, he has managed to turn sleep into a terrifying concept.
I find that readers either like HP Lovecraft or hate him, or have never heard of him before. Not many are ambivalent. The man wrote wonderfully creepy and demented books, … Continued