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The Forgotten

I think Julianne Moore is a massively underappreciated actress; she’s consistent, not too saccharine sweet, not too hardnosed and brings a human quality to roles like this one; so here’s to you Ms Moore! 290 more words

Film Review

Alcatraz at its Worst

REVIEW OF:  Al Capone Does My Homework, by Gennifer Choldenko

Reviewed by:  Erica

In this thrilling book, Al Capone Does My Homework, written by Gennifer Choldenko,  Moose Flanagan is just getting used to his new life on Alcatraz. 337 more words


Juicy! — Tweeted Mystery "The Golden Parachute" Continues

Here are Week 105 @Twitstery tweets of The Golden Parachute, the amazing new sequel to Executive Severance!

Mom comes over and says “Who are you talking to?” “Arkaby called and his phone started talking to us.” “The phone?” “Yes.” “Give it to me.” 548 more words


Cleanse.. Love.. Miracles..

Cleanse.. Love. . Miracles..

Swimming silently, mind drifting, I started to see inner swirls of cucumber green and the sense ‘cleanse cleanse cleanse’. Cleanse your eating, drinking, thoughts. 199 more words


HFVB Tour of THE SCHOOL OF NIGHT by Colin Falconer

So happy today to be part of THE SCHOOL OF NIGHT blog tour to review Colin Falconer’s first book in the “William Shakespeare Detective Agency” series. 302 more words

Books Reviewed

Book Review: Pretending by Shanna Clayton

 Pretending was a very good and well written novel. I liked the characters, the story and the mystery. The book had a somewhat somber and solemn feel to it. 523 more words

Contemporary Romance

4.50 from Paddington (aka What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw)

by Agatha Christie

published 1957

In this Miss Marple mystery, our story starts, not with Miss Marple, but with another elderly lady, Mrs. McGillicuddy.  After doing some Christmas shopping in London, Mrs. 703 more words

Book Review