Showing posts from January, 2010

My First Thriller - Jamie Freveletti's Running From the Devil

Jamie Freveletti's Running From the Devil had my heart and blood pumping as if I was the one running in the jungles of Columbia! As the first thriller I've read, I'd say it's a fantastic introduction to the genre. Personally, I don't care for blood and guts and even though Jamie had some pretty rough and gruesome stuff, she wasn't so descriptive that I lost my dinner. Basically, if you like that gory stuff, it's in here, if you don't, you can sort of read the words without picturing it - that's a plus for someone like me. I wouldn't even have picked Jamie's book up (as the genre isn't on my radar) but I heard her speak at a Sisters In Crime Chicago event and walked away impressed. Then I got to witness a panel/demonstration she co-hosted at Love Is Murder last year and walked away doubly impressed. I also had fun at her lively Book Launch party. She's smart, funny, sophisticated, personable and competent. So is her book. (Though,

Copper & Outlaw

Meet Copper: Meet Outlaw: Both of them:

Cute Kittens!!!!!