Cannonball Read IV

A bunch of Pajibans reading and reviewing and honoring AlabamaPink.

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Siege’s #CBR4 #37: Dark Echo by F. G. Cottam

In which Siege finally finds a really great ghost story.

Siege’s #CBR4 #36: Death’s Acre: Inside the Legendary Forensic Lab the Body Farm Where the Dead Do Tell Tales by William M. Bass and Jon Jefferson

In which Siege enjoys a tale of forensic science, and considers donating her body to science.

Siege’s #CBR4 #35: Catch Up 2 – Another Five Books

In which Siege is still very behind, and combines five short reviews of rather unimpressive books into one large, rambling mess blog entry.

Siege’s #CBR4 #34: Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King

In which Siege returns to extoll the virtues of Stephen King’s shorter works.

Siege’s #CBR4 #33: The Italian Secretary by Caleb Carr

In which Siege rambles about the awesomeness of Sherlock, and also reviews a Sherlock Holmes mystery.

Siege’s #CBR4 #32 – Five Books for the Price of One!

In which Siege tries desperately to dig herself out of the blog-posting hole she is in by doing short reviews of five books.

Siege’s #CBR4 #31: The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair that Changed America by Erik Larson

In which Siege is mildly disappointed but mostly fascinated by a book about both the history of the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair and serial killer H. H. Holmes.

Siege’s #CBR4 #30: Nevermore by Harold Schechter

In which Edgar Allan Poe and Davy Crockett solve a mystery, and Siege is highly amused.

Siege’s #CBR4 #29: Blood Groove by Alex Bledsoe

In which Siege enjoys a vampire book (no sparkling, thank  you very much!) and ponders the changes that can occur in society over the course of six decades.

Siege’s #CBR4 #28: Hollywood Nocturnes by James Ellroy

In which Siege returns once again from another long absence to rave about the literary stylings of James Ellroy.

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