Coming to a Blog Near You

Thanks to the efforts of Alexis Welby of Simon & Shuster, Kevin Wignall’s For The Dogs is winging this way for review. I’m excited at the prospect of reading his work and hope to have a review up this time next week.

Again, courtesy of Alexis, we’ll have an interview with Kevin Wignall as a follow-up to the review.

If all that goes well, we’ll head to Tartine for lunch.

Note to Phil: Thomas Aquinas and St. Augustine are showstopers, bro.

Jeff Grim
Jeff Grim has been a reader all of his life. He has had a particular interest in military history, any war at any time. His fascination with military history has brought him to an interest in historical fiction where the history comes alive with fictitious heroes and villains. Recently, Jeff has become interested in historical mysteries set in various time periods.


  1. Mr. Wignall’s books are a feast.

    Reading For the Dogs was the highlight of my book reviewing year. There is a depth and style to his writing that defies genre stereotypes and provides the reader with a fast-paced read that sates the brain.

    I’m looking forward to your take…

  2. I am just so upset that in any realistic view taken to this rag can pop into any past present or future find. Does the tale of celestrial grandour rate anything about this alert little 6 yr old ambulant gerry-@-trick.heavens old men dreaming dreams like fondness that has a twisted skitzo feel to it?

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