Reviews by bhold

The Bishop's Secret

by Fergus Hume

Dry, boring characters. Uneventful, repetitious plot. Eventually I gave it up. The only reason I stayed with it as long as I did is because I have enjoyed other Hume novels very much.

Reviewed on 2015.08.12

The Strolling Saint

by Rafael Sabatini

In 16th century Italy a young nobleman comes of age and finds increasing conflict with his religiously fanatic mother.

Reviewed on 2015.08.04

The Riddle of the Night

by Thomas W. Hanshew

Disappointing mystery novel. Starts out OK but by the end it becomes a bloated, convoluted, and repetitious mess. This book could have been a decent short story with some heavy pruning and editing.

Reviewed on 2015.07.26


by Rafael Sabatini

A young lawyer's uncompromising adherence to his political beliefs during the French Revolution results in some unexpected transformations in his life. An amazing novel!

Reviewed on 2015.07.16

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