The Erudition of Sherlock Holmes by Giles Chanot

The Erudition of Sherlock Holmes is a new novella set in the late 19th Century, and is some sort of mystery detective thing involving a lot of Holmes’ mystical handwaving and mansplanations of things. There are a few subplots, mostly involved around some sort of running gag about whiskey, which I won’t spoil, didn’t seem... Read More »

The Racketeer by John Grisham

The Racketeer by John GrishamI’ll be perfectly honest, I have not read a John Grisham novel in a long time. It used to be a semi-yearly, reliable thing that he would release a quality legal mystery thriller with gripping current events mixed with courtroom drama… and then he stopped… and started writing more prosaic novels, and I stopped reading... Read More »

Review – Deer Season by Aaron Stander

I picked this novel up, not realising that it was the third in a series. I did not feel as though I was missing out on anything by not having read the previous novels, which also starred the character Ray Elkins. Deer Season is a small town mystery, in a place were there seems to... Read More »