Review: The Bourne Enigma – Eric Van Lustbader

Wrapped in a riddle

Review: Transfer of Power by Vince Flynn

Gift Rapped

The only list that matters – Best in Show 2015!

If you buy all these, you'll be as poor as me. But happy. Though that generally doesn't wash with the bank man. Trust me, I've tried it.

Review: The Bourne Ascendancy – Eric Van Lustbader

The Bourne Ascendancy by Eric Van Lustbader My rating: 5 of 5 stars I could be wrong, but I think this just might be the best Bourne, at least since Ludlum, erm…"failed to achieve his wellness potential” shall we say. It’s one that I’d certainly read again. Of course, some of the surprise would be …

If it’s 2015, it must be time for – Book of the Year 2014!

I thought I'd actually wait until the year was over (2014, just in case you...) before putting my heads together and seeing what I'd read that was worthy of The Speesh Golden Bookmark* for best book/read I read in 2014. As usual, I don't seem to have read any of other places' 'Books of the Year.' Partly …

Review: The Bourne Retribution

The Bourne Retribution by Eric van Lustbader My rating: 3 of 5 stars A surprisingly agile and flexible tale, spanning the globe - several times. Involving the Mexican drug cartels, the Chinese, the Israelis and, of course, Jason Bourne caught in the middle, just trying to mind his own business, Well, obviously not minding his …

Review: Robert Ludlum’s the Bourne Imperative. by Eric Van Lustbader

Bourne again

Review: A Foreign Country

We were reading what now?!

Review: The Bourne Dominion

The Bourne Dominion by Eric Van Lustbader My rating: 3 of 5 stars I love what Eric Van Lustbader is doing/has done in continuing Robert Ludlum’s Jason Bourne series of novels. Not least sticking to Ludlum’s idea that a book title should only have three words. ‘The' being counted as one of them. Check it …

Books brought back from UK trip

Now you know why we took the car over. We drove from Denmark to Wales, via Germany, Holland, Belgium and an overnight in Calais France. Then on to the north of England, the south and back, via an overnight in Dunkerque. Book-buying wasn't the only reason of course, but it did make it a lot …