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The Likeness

Last year, my mystery book club (we read mysteries, rather than being shrouded in mystery ourselves) read Tana French’s In the Woods. I admit that I was a bit prejudiced against it from the beginning, since it’s a) about a child’s murder, b) contemporary, and c) popular. 419 more words


Can You Hear Me Now?

Well supper is over, belly is full, dishes are done. What should I do now with the rest of my evening? Pester you, sounds like fun doesn’t it? 216 more words


The Nursing-Home Murder

This novel is the third of Ngaio Marsh’s mysteries. I know I blaspheme by saying this, but I have never been that fond of most of Agatha Christie’s novels; with a few exceptions I find them too formulaic and two-dimensional to be enjoyable. 318 more words


More books

I get tired of mysteries. Luckily I picked up this book and can totally recommend it: love water memory by Jennie Shortridge. A woman is found in water up to her knees in San Francisco Bay and her fiance Grady learns about it in the news and comes to get her. 1,132 more words

The Adena Tablets of Ancient Ohio - The Gaitskill Clay Tablet

© 2014 B. L. Freeborn

Preserved from ancient Ohio is the Gaitskill Clay Tablet which gives us much to ponder. This stone has been described as having anthropomorphic and/or zoomorphic characteristics. 824 more words

Ancient History

The Radiology Detective: Utilizing Clues Within High-Tech Imaging Exams to Solve Medical Mysteries

Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Since Roentgen discovered x-rays in 1896, radiologists have had access to extremely powerful tools used to peer into a patient. …
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Mysteries of God

In recent weeks I’ve read a lot of offers to inform me of God’s mysterious will for 2015 – for a fee – from people young and old, male and female, some of whom I’d heard of before, others not. 1,415 more words