Tag Archives: Grand Central Publishing

Elizabeth & Margaret: The Intimate World of the Windsor Sisters by Andrew Morton

This candid biography of the Windsor sisters is for fans of The Crown. Given my interest in the British Monarchy since watching The Crown, it is nice to have a guide that separates fact from fiction. In this book, the author, Andrew Morton, who has written several biographies on the royal family and most known […]

You’ll Never Believe What Happened to Lacey: Crazy Stories about Racism by Amber Ruffin, Lacey Lamar

This is not the easiest to read because of its subject matter, but it’s a must-read. Amber Ruffin is a writer/cast member on Late Night with Seth Meyers show, and Lacey Lamar is her sister who has lived in Nebraska for most of her life. This book chronicles racist things that people have told Lacey, […]

Cari Mora by Thomas Harris

In Cari Mora, Thomas Harris’s first novel in thirteen years, two rival gangs have been after drug kingpin Pablo Escobar’s gold stash for a while. With cartel gold worth of twenty-five million dollars at stake, the stage is all set for a murderous race between sadist Hans-Peter Schneider’s crew and Latino desperadoes to beat each […]

Blood Orange by Harriet Tyce

Alison has a lot of good things going on for her. At home, she has a little girl who adores her to bits and a caring husband. Then at work, she has a job she loves as a criminal barrister. Alison has worked hard to get where she is career-wise, so getting her first murder […]