Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Silence of the Lambs

As a young adult first viewing The Silence of the Lambs, I was stricken by how the bad guy could do some good and still be a bad guy.  This is one of the things a good writer knows:  give … Continue reading

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The Sculptor

The Sculptor, by Gregory Funaro, is undoubtedly one of the most macabre books I have ever read.  And that says a lot, as I’ve read some pretty creepy stuff.  The idea that a person would not only kill others but … Continue reading

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I missed it before…

Yet another book that takes on different meanings each time I read through it, Misery by Stephen King did not disappoint.  Yes, Annie Wilkes was still crazy as she wanted to be.  Yes, Paul Sheldon was still as abused as … Continue reading

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Allowing the Red Dragon to Dwell Within

Before reading Red Dragon, I’d not had the pleasure of reading anything by Thomas Harris.  Of course I saw Silence of the Lambs, and was probably just as enthralled with the character of Hannibal Lecter as the rest of the … Continue reading

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