Search Results: "Craig Parshall"


BOOK REVIEW

BRINK OF CHAOS by Tim LaHaye
Released: Oct. 2, 2012

"A dictionary-definition specimen of preaching to the choir, and one that begs yet another question: Is it unkosher to be so ham-fisted?"
If you use Jesus as a character in a novel, do you have to pay him royalties? Read full book review >

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THUNDER OF HEAVEN by Tim LaHaye
Released: June 28, 2011

"Readers who like that sort of thing will like this. As for the others, well, you don't need to be a fundamentalist to enjoy the end-days mayhem, but it probably helps. Suspending disbelief does, too."
Bad Arabs, steely-jawed Christians, evil Russkies, signs and portents from the Holy Land: LaHaye and Parshall, skilled packagers of prophecy, serve up Pat Robertson's worst nightmare. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

MARK OF EVIL by Tim LaHaye
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 4, 2014

"Action-adventure for a Christian evangelical audience."
With the fourth in The End series, LaHaye and Parshall (Brink of Chaos, 2012, etc.) continue to translate apocalyptic theology into action-adventure fiction. Read full book review >

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BROKEN PLACES by Sandra Parshall
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 1, 2010

"Rachel's third is a tense, well-written combination of mystery and romance that will keep readers guessing."
Suspicion and jealousy threaten veterinarian Rachel Goddard's romance with Captain Tom Bridger. Read full book review >

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BLEEDING THROUGH by Sandra Parshall
Released: Sept. 4, 2012

"Rachel's fifth adventure (Under the Dog Star, 2011, etc.) combines nervewracking suspense with a twisty mystery."
Are two stalkers better than one? Read full book review >

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UNDER THE DOG STAR by Sandra Parshall
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Sept. 1, 2011

"Parshall's latest is more than equal to earlier series entries (Broken Places, 2010, etc.), with spine-chilling tension from cover to cover."
Dog fighting meets murder in the latest case for veterinarian Rachel Goddard and her boyfriend, Sheriff's investigator Tom Bridger. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

DISTURBING THE DEAD by Sandra Parshall
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: March 9, 2007

"Fast-paced, chilling and compulsively readable."
An unlikely pair of sleuths find there's no escaping the past, whether or not it's their own. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

POISONED GROUND by Sandra Parshall
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: March 4, 2014

"Parshall (Bleeding Through, 2012, etc.) expertly maintains the tension between warring factions until the surprising conclusion."
Plans to build a resort in rural Virginia start an uncivil war. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

OUR NOISE by Jeff Gomez
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 1, 1995

"And there's enough material here for a season's worth of TV shows."
A slacker soap opera, first published as a serial 'zine through mail order, classifieds, and in Tower Record stores, that lacks the literary pretensions of Douglas Coupland's Gen-X sagasand is much the better for it. Read full book review >

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ALMOST LIKE BEING IN LOVE by Steve Kluge
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 11, 2004

"Gaily self-amused, told in tart memos, cheeky checklists, sighs, essays, legal briefs, and heartsick journal entries. Straights may nod off."
Gay guys go gaga. By the author of the well-received baseball novel The Last Days of Summer (1998). Read full book review >

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GONE, GONE, GONE by Hannah Moskowitz
Released: April 17, 2012

"A complete miss from an otherwise solid author. (Fiction. 14 & up)"
The Beltway sniper shootings and the attacks of 9/11 become the crucible for this exploration of teenage grief and love. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

THE INTERVIEW ROOM by Roderick Anscombe
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 1, 2005

"Along with the steadily mounting tension, Anscombe (Shank, 1996, etc.) provides enough exquisitely turned therapeutic dialogues between participants ferally skilled in talking around the point to create a heaven for connoisseurs of mind games."
A forensic psychiatrist asked to evaluate an accused stalker finds himself pulled into a nightmare in which nothing is what it seems—maybe not even himself. Read full book review >