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Highsmith's Super-antihero - The Talented Mr Ripley

In The Talented Mr. Ripley, Patricia Highsmith created a serial killer who is extremely anti-social, yet intelligent and charming.

Tom Ripley is a young man who lives in New York with poverty. 377 more words

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How To Do A Background check

The book I read to research this post was How To Do A Background Check by Scott Fowler which is a very good book that I bought from kindle. 325 more words

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William Hill Sports Book of the Year announced

Australian writer Anna Krien collected a £26,000 cheque for her win with Night Games at the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award. Her book beat a memoir by the former rugby star Gareth Thomas and biographies of Bobby Moore and John Curry. 186 more words

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The Numbers Game

It’s nearly the end of November – or, as it’s also known, National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). In a few days’ time, millions of would-be writers will be emerging from their shells, blinking in the morning light, having (we hope) banked at least 50,000 words on their novels in thirty days. 468 more words

Creative Writing

How To Back Up Windows 7

The book I read to research this post was How To Backup Windows 7 by John Mann which is a very good book that I downloaded from kindle. 232 more words

Computers

Managing Risk And Information Security

The book I read to research this post was Managing Risk And Information Security by Malcolm Harkins which is an excellent book that I downloaded for free from kindle. 322 more words

Computers

Silence, loneliness and a black star over Greenvoe

I mentioned last week that I’d been revisiting George Mackay Brown.  To be honest I’m picking up his books most of the time to read stories, or poems or sections of novels.  1,050 more words

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