Reviews and Blog Posts: Rhode Island

Lives in ruins : archaeologists and the seductive lure of human rubble

by Marilyn Johnson

Think all archaeologists are like Indiana Jones, traveling the world, making discoveries, and fighting off the bad guys? Well...they are, but not in the ways you might think. Johnson delves into the real lives of real archaeologists in this wide-ranging and insightful book.

Red delicious : a Siobhan Quinn novel

by Kathleen Tierney

Reviewer Rating:
4

This sequel to Blood Oranges does not disappoint! Quinn (don't ever call her Siobhan) is still the same in-your-face cantankerous werewolf/vampire who can't seem to untangle herself from Mean Mr. B's dirty work. She is developing a persona not unlike Sam Spade and other hard boiled detectives: super cynical and an...

Blood oranges

by Kathleen Tierney

Reviewer Rating:
4

Gritty, sarcastic, queer, violent, and foul-mouthed, Siobhan Quinn is a former junkie turned demon-hunter (sort of) turned, in one violent confrontation with both a werewolf and a vampire, into the very kind of creature she's been killing. It's all part of a complicated game involving other denizens of the Rhode...

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