Ghosts of Havana: Todd Moss

Reading this book was like walking into a Taco Bell and expecting authentic Mexican cuisine. You can throw on all the hot sauce you want, it’s still cheap, bland, tasteless, calories and as authentic as Stormy Daniel’s boob job.


O’Farrel’s Law: Brian Freemantle

Freemantle is usually a reliably good read, but this one rings false in its portrayal of the psychological makeup and breakdown of supposedly professional assassin. Where is the Muffin Man when you need him?