Bunn, Christopher: The Girl Next Door (2012)

“What do you do?” she asked.

“Well, it’s funny that you should ask. I do a little proofreading, sort of a family thing. My father did it before me, so I decided to carry on the tradition. Editing. Marking up manuscripts with red pen. Hence all the books.”

“I just had a marvelous thought. You can proofread my book.”

“Hang on,” he said, startled, “I wouldn’t want to presume on your acquaintance.”

“Don’t think of it,” she said. “I’m not at all offended by your asking.”

“Not at all offended …?” stuttered Peter.

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Bunn, Christopher: The Christmas Caper: A story of Merriment, Mayhem and Mafioso (2012)

“Hey,” I said. “Don’t I get a backpack?” “No, boss,” said Snix. “You get something better. You’re the commander of this operation, so you, uh …” He looked around and then picked up something from under the driver’s seat of the Camaro. “You get this special Inter-Modal Communications Module. With it, you can monitor and … Continue reading Bunn, Christopher: The Christmas Caper: A story of Merriment, Mayhem and Mafioso (2012)

Bunn, Christopher: The Wicked Day (The Tormay Trilogy) (2011)

Cover art by Alexey Aparin The Wicked Day is Christopher Bunn‘s conclusion to The Tormay Trilogy. As this trilogy is a serial it would be wise to read The Hawk and His Boy first, then The Shadow at the Gate and finally The Wicked Day. There are times when I find myself wholeheartedly able to recommend books … Continue reading Bunn, Christopher: The Wicked Day (The Tormay Trilogy) (2011)

Bunn, Christopher: The Shadow at the Gate (The Tormay Trilogy) (2010)

Cover art by Alexey Aparin Once again Christopher Bunn manages to catch my interest with his characters in The Tormay Trilogy. In The Shadow at the Gate the battle between dark and light continues. As this is a serial, you will have to read The Hawk and His Boy first to make sense of the story. Ronan … Continue reading Bunn, Christopher: The Shadow at the Gate (The Tormay Trilogy) (2010)

Bunn, Christopher: The Hawk and His Boy (Tormay I) (2010)

Christopher Bunn begins the Tormay Trilogy with the tale about Jute and his unknown protector. Just who/what this protector is becomes clear in the first chapter of The Hawk and His Boy. I usually compare myself with the characters of the books that I read. Are we very dissimilar? Is there anything in the story that … Continue reading Bunn, Christopher: The Hawk and His Boy (Tormay I) (2010)

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