You could read the newspaper clipping as a feminist version of Good Will Hunting. After a long day at her job as a Janitor at Trinity College in Ireland, Caitríona Ms. Lally arrived home and, while calming her fretting infant, picked up her phone to hear a stunning announcement.
During my stay in England in my early twenties, I came down with a second attack of measles. While I was in quarantine, my fiancé left a novel outside my door, a favorite of his which he thought would ease my convalescence. The book was The Daughter of Time, by Josephine Tey, a
A while ago, I wrote a blog mourning the passing of Tony Hillerman (9/25/12) and how, unlike him, many writers of mystery novels give us complex plots but protagonists with little depth. They forget readers have to care about their sleuths, enough to make them flinch when the door to
One of my recent books finds from the Dollar Store is a Four Corners mystery, Earthway by Amée and David Thurlo. What attracted me to the book was Tony Hillerman’s endorsement on the jacket. Hillerman, now deceased, was best known for his Navajo Tribal Police mysteries which featur