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A rickety, aging cruise ship, owned by a skinflint company, staffed by an insolent crew, and boarded by unwary passengers, chugs from California to Hawaii. In the middle of the vast ocean, things start to go very wrong, and people start to get very desperate, wondering if they'll ever see landfall again. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
An awkward, overweight, guilt-ridden mom is befriended by a cultured, beautiful mom at their kids' tony school. Both moms have deadly secrets. As their friendship deepens, will their families escape their scarred histories? And, are the deadly instincts still there? ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
Seeking the roots of society's fascination and obsession with horror, Poole lands on World War I. The unimaginable carnage and obliteration of life wrought by that war, according to Poole, impacted artists in their creation of horror novels and films, and, more dangerously, infected cultures, breeding Nazism, totalitarianism, and fascism. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
The London music scene of 1995 is tantalizing for Dolly, a 19-year old journalist. Shows, parties, drinks, and drugs abound, with fame the giddiest drug of all. Its pursuit, complicated by sex and money, spawns edgy relationships, harsh reversals, and unexpected revelations. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
Goldberg taps into her friendships, spirituality, and vast life experience upon the discovery of a potentially deadly cancer. Recognizing her own mortality, she appreciates life with enhanced insight, and embraces her life, and those around her, with renewed vigor. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare