Gil Smolinski reviews Murder on the Leviathan by Boris Akunin. Find out what makes this mystery worth reading.
Gil Smolinski reviews The Charm School by Nelson DeMille. Find out more about the book and if it’s worth reading.
Gil Smolinksi reviews The Art of Hearing Heartbeats by Jan-Phillipp Sendker, a romantic mystery story set in Burma.
Read Gil Smolinski’s review of Pelagia and the Red Rooster by Boris Akunin and discover more about the final book in the intriguing Pelagia trilogy.
Have a look at this review by Gil Smolinksi of Boris Akunin’s Pelagia and the Black Monk and find out why Smolinski thinks it’s a good book.
Have a look at this review by Gil Smolinski on the first book in the Pelagia trilogy by Boris Akunin called Sister Pelagia and the White Bulldog.
Uniting Critical and Historical Consciousness in a Single Space Paul Johnson’s undertaking in writing Modern Times is no easy feat. Think about it, consolidating the history (since the First World War) of all major countries and every continent into a single, coherent book must have been a colossal task. And Johnson managed to pull it…
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Jack Weatherford’s Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World is compelling and stimulates the reader to question conventional historic perspectives.
Icon is a thriller written by Frederick Forsyth that plays out in 1999 and is set in Russia. Find out about the plot of this novel and why it is recommended reading to readers who enjoy socio-political thrillers.