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Tell No One (2006) Film Review

Eight years ago Dr Alex Beck (Cluzet) lost his wife and now new evidence makes him look like the guilty party. Beck must prove his innocence whilst trying to uncover the origins of a mysterious email that seems to suggest his wife is still alive. 1,027 more words

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WWW Wednesday ~ October 15, 2014

To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…

*What are you currently reading?

*What did you recently finish reading?

*What do you think you’ll read next? 88 more words

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5 prvih rečenica knjiga koje pogađaju u sridu

Da pišem knjigu posebnu bih pažnju dala prvoj rečenici u knjizi. Htjela bih da odražava duh knjige, da nešto nagoviješta, a može i samo stvarati atmosferu. 476 more words


Found by Harlan Coben

I was never really a big crime/mystery novel fan, I don’t really like watching the crime TV shows either. but a good mate of mine raved about this author (Harlan Coben) and she kept at. 781 more words



I am reviewing the teen fiction thriller Found by Harlan Coben which is an excellent novel that I bought from kindle. This is part of the Mickey Bolitar series about the nephew of Myron Bolitar a key character from another series by this author and it follows his adventures. 286 more words


Found by Harlan Coben

Title: Found

Author: Harlan Coben

Publisher: Orion Publishing Group

Published: September 2014

Pages: 336

Rating: 5/5

Wow – I had read a variety of the ‘adult’ thrillers by Harlan Coben but didn’t realise he’d written any with the nephew of Myron Bolitar – Mickey Bolitar – as the key character. 273 more words

Life And Living

Is Patricia Cornwell worth the reading effort?

I know the title of this post seems a bit harsh, but it’s an actual question. I’m just wondering if I should continue reading the Scarpetta Factor, the first Cornwell book I’ve decided to read. 460 more words