March 25, 2021

Shady Lady Book Review

By the Cover

Ash Lornne
Grammar Sturmfeuhrer

According to Wikipedia, 1860s author George Eliot once said, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” Had she seen some current-day book covers, she may have rescinded that sentiment.

“Something in the Heir”
by Jenny Gardiner

Man with a pretentious neck scarf smugly drops ‘witty’ royalty puns into every conversation.

“The Things We Leave Unfinished”
by Rebecca Yarros

Mail carrier goes on murder spree after years of dealing with neighborhood that’s incapable of closing their mailboxes.

“Blood Sworn”
by Scott Reintgen

Hello, ladies. Look at your man. Now back to me. Now back at your man. Now back to me.

“Crimes Against Magic”
by Steve McHugh

Man uses sparklers and long camera exposures in an epic battle against London’s magical street gangs.

“Crown of Lies”
by Pepper Winters

Woman with broken arm and neck saved by an amorphous man-dress beast.

“No One Is Talking About This”
by Patricia Lockwood

The Eye of Sauron gets a new gig as a social media antenna in a gripping novel about one woman who posts stuff online.

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