Tag Archives: Jim Nesbitt Reviews

HUNTER’S VENOM – Peter J. Earle

A review by JIM NESBITT of the first in the Detective Sgt. DICE MODISE SERIES. One of the finest features of a Peter J. Earle detective novel is the rich and evocative detail he provides of the landscape of southern … Continue reading

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A Sense of Place – TEXAS 2

TEXAS: CREATING A LONE STAR SENSE OF PLACE FOR GRITTY CRIME NOVELS By Jim Nesbitt I come from a long line of hillbilly storytellers who instilled in me a deep and abiding sense of family, time and place as well … Continue reading

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TORN YESTERDAYS – George Snyder

A JIM NESBITT review. When you pick up a George Snyder book, get ready for the nuanced subtlety of a sledgehammer slamming into a brick wall. Delicate, they ain’t. Bloody, they are. And the latest in his Logan Sand series, … Continue reading

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A CIRCUMSTANCE OF BLOOD – Jeannette Cooperman

This review by JIM NESBITT Jeannette Cooperman is a stylish writer with a sharp eye for detail and keen ear for dialogue – skills that are on full display in her new mystery novel, A Circumstance of Blood.   This … Continue reading

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