Tag Archive for Robin Spano

Death Plays Poker, By Robin Spano: A Review

A year ago, give or take only a few days, I reviewed the first book in Robin Spano’s Clare Vengel Undercover series, Dead Politician Society. The verdict in a nutshell: a fabulous cover design, a fun, engaging read, but wanted more from the wonderfully shameless protagonist, Clare. Death Plays Poker (love the title and this cover is even better!) is…

LitBits 11

I haven’t done one of these posts in a while, and I miss them! Here are a few literary tidbits that might interest you. 1. This one is simple: I want it. It’s the Recamier Reading Corner, and while it’s featured on other blogs, I’m linking to this one because the description is hilarious. I love when blogs use English…

The Great (Ebook) Debate: Author Robin Spano and Steph in Conversation

Steph and Robin don’t see eye to eye on ebooks. This conversation started on Twitter and continues, (because we were having so much fun) in a more fleshed-out form here. ROBIN: Hey Steph, where do you stand on the ebook question? You’re about as book-loving a person as I think I’ve ever known. STEPH: What an awesome compliment! I’ll never,…

Dead Politician Society by Robin Spano: A Review

I feel as though it’s been forever since I posted a review, and that’s because it’s been taking me ages to finish a book these days. This has nothing to do with the book itself, I hasten to add, but rather the lack of time I’ve been able to carve out for reading. In any case, I finished Canadian author…