Turning to Mysteries: Camino Island by John Grisham

Camino Island by John Grisham has a more mellow tone than his usual thrillers. There is a theft. There is a murder. There are investigations by the FBI, the local police and the insurance company, which is on the hook for paying compensation for Princeton’s loss. But there’s not the tension, the drama, or the breakneck … More Turning to Mysteries: Camino Island by John Grisham

Turning to Mysteries: Trust No One by Paul Cleave

In his mystery Trust No One, New Zealand writer Paul Cleve pushes the concept of the “unreliable narrator” to new heights. Protagonist Jerry Grey, a writer of crime novels under the pseudonym Henry Cutter, has developed early-onset Alzheimer’s at age 49 and finds himself unable to distinguish between fiction and reality. He confesses that some … More Turning to Mysteries: Trust No One by Paul Cleave