The general consensus is that 2014 sucked for many reasons. My lame list includes everything from the Congressional election results, to money woes, to the Oakland Raiders’ Commitment to Excrement, to my recent bout of shingles. But 2014 didn’t serve up only stinkburgers. There were some aspects of this year that I actually liked. I’ll… Continue reading 2014: The Year In Things That Didn’t Suck
I guess this means I can’t throw an Ayelet Waldman style fit about being skunked. And I’d been editing my enraged tweets for months. They were devastating and funny. Ah, well. Read all about it.
I think he kinda liked it. Set in Munich three years after the Nazis assumed power in Germany, The Summer of Long Knives by Jim Snowden (@snowdenlit) is a wonderfully tense murder mystery crackling with political and personal intrigue, and filled with small details that bring the period to vivid life. Read the rest.