Top 10 P.G. Wodehouse novels
Article / October 15, 2013

Pelham Grenville Wodehouse wrote a treasury of tales peopled by memorable figures of stern, well-meaning aunts, eccentric aristocrats, romantically bumbling young men, determined single women and unflappable butlers. No one could turn their foibles into better prose; no one could present the English aristocrats and their quirks with such sparkling wit. In an amazingly prolific career, PG Wodehouse wrote dozens of books.

Review: Echoes from the Dead by Johan Theorin
Review / September 20, 2013

Fans of Swedish crime fiction can look forward to a treat in Johan Theorin’s Echoes from the Dead. It has all the requisite criteria of a gripping thriller. A story stretched across time and an eerie atmosphere all infuses a timeless tale of betrayal and deceit. Add to it the setting: the island of Oland set in the Baltic Sea. Unsurprisingly, the island has its fair share of tales of strange happenings.