In which Siege reads true crime, and slowly begins to lose her mind as she claws her way to the double Cannonball.
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Tagged as Ann Rule, Siege, true crime
In which Siege’s ideas about the Titanic’s last hours are completely revamped. Revolutionary!
Tagged as Bradford Marsten, maritime disaster, non-fiction, shadow divers, Siege, Titanic
In which Siege reads another entertaining and engaging mystery featuring British dandy Julian Kestral.
Tagged as A Broken Vessel, Julian Kestral, Kate Ross, mystery, Siege
In which Siege discovers one of the very rare instances in which the film is actually better than the original novel.
Tagged as Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day, Movie, Siege, Winifred Watson
In which Siege reads a book that is both frustrating and inspiring.
Tagged as non-fiction, Siege, Stacy Horn, The Restless Sleep, true crime
In which Siege reviews a non-fiction book about the stresses and triumphs of a group of pediatric interns in 1985. (Grey’s Anatomy it’s certainly not.) And also possibly gets her feminist card taken away.
Tagged as Dr. Robert Marion, medical, non-fiction, Siege, The Intern Blues
In which Siege reads a truly excellent period mystery with quirky, interesting characters and a plot that is both twisty and basically logical.
Tagged as Cut to the Quick, Julian Kestrel, Kate Ross, mystery, period, Siege