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Going Under will be released July 1, 2014

Going Under: A Bill Roberts Novel, by Silas Payton

A bizarre murder with no motive.

A strange suicide that doesn’t make sense.

Inspector Bill Roberts, the head of Toronto Police Homicide Division, decides that it’s time he finally gets back in shape after recovering from a rough encounter with a serial killer. 109 more words

Police Procedural

Post Script: Eeny Meeny - M J Arlidge

A pulse racing read!

Eeny Meeny

At first, nobody believed her…

M.J. Arlidge

Penguin Books Australia

Penguin

ISBN: 9781405914888

 

 

Description:

The girl emerged from the woods.  200 more words

Post Script: Book Reviews

The Fall (Season 1)

Starring Gillian Anderson, Jamie Dornan

Created by Allan Cubitt

I am, in general, not a fan of serial killer stories. I am squeamish about the fearful final moments of victims that filmmakers and storytellers like to linger on, and these killer stories in particular tend to fetishize violence against women. 926 more words

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Rankin, Ian. Set in Darkness.

NY: St. Martin, 2000.

It’s 1998 and Scotland is about to have its own parliament for the first time in three centuries. What this means for the property development industry in Edinburgh, of course, is publicly funded construction and lots of it, plus all the new commercial office space and luxury flats the new Members of Parliament are going to demand. 341 more words

Culture

REVIEW: BIG BAD WOLF BY NELE NEUHAUS

BIG BAD WOLF

Author: Nele Neuhaus
Macmillan RRP $29.99
Review: Monique Mulligan

Author Nele Neuhaus brings the chilling issue of child sexual abuse to the forefront in… 666 more words

Book Reviews

SO LONG AS YOU BOTH SHALL LIVE (1976) by Ed McBain

The 87th Precinct series, after the intimate highlight of Blood Relatives, reaches back to its past for a much more expansive story centered around the wedding of Bert Kling, whose bad luck when it comes to love sadly continues. 1,123 more words

Friday's Forgotten Book

75 in '13: The Grave Gourmet

For the sixty-fourth book (getting close to the end!) in the challenge, I read The Grave Gourmet by Alexander Campion, the first in the Capucine Culinary Mystery series. 412 more words

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