In which Siege finally finds a really great ghost story.
In which Siege enjoys a tale of forensic science, and considers donating her body to science.
In which Siege is still very behind, and combines five short reviews of rather unimpressive books into one large, rambling mess blog entry.
In which Siege returns to extoll the virtues of Stephen King’s shorter works.
In which Siege rambles about the awesomeness of Sherlock, and also reviews a Sherlock Holmes mystery.
In which Siege tries desperately to dig herself out of the blog-posting hole she is in by doing short reviews of five books.
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.
In which Edgar Allan Poe and Davy Crockett solve a mystery, and Siege is highly amused.
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.
In which Siege returns once again from another long absence to rave about the literary stylings of James Ellroy.