Having read all of the awesomely named Kevin Wignall‘s books, when given the opportunity to grab Those Who Disappeared on NetGalley I jumped at the chance...
An enjoyable and quick read but definitely not something I would have picked up or read if not for it being written by Kevin. It's basically an exploration of ...
Despite not really being my prefered style, "Ripped from the headlines" plot with Geraghty's sense of humor makes this a quick and enjoyable read.
The books in this series keep getting better. Each book builds on the previous; more history revealed, more surprises, more depth to the characters, etc.
I am pleased to report that the books seems to be getting better as we go.
Is satire dead in the age of Trump? Christopher Buckley returns to the genre to find out.
A fun, fast-paced mash-up of classic detective fiction and urban fantasy with a dash of dystopia.
I get that it is hard to make satire of our current situation but isn't that what talented writers are supposed to offer?