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Cannibal: haunting, not horrific

Don’t watch this expecting to find Hannibal Lecter at his most gruesome. No fava beans were harmed in the making of this subtitled art-house drama (although I’m pretty sure that a nice Chianti makes a guest appearance). 467 more words

Thriller

Writing is like Owning a Mall

For a business owner, one of the hardest goals to achieve is to duplicate your income. For brick and mortar stores, like fast food restaurants or furniture stores, the only way to double your income is to duplicate your location somewhere else. 264 more words

Writing

Review: Solo by William Boyd

I haven’t read anything by William Boyd before, but have (potentially shamefully) read every single James Bond book written by Ian Fleming. God. I don’t think I should admit to that. 533 more words

Book Review

Michael Jackson And The Day The Music Died

Source: The Examiner – By Professor Metze | All Things Michael

June 26, 2009, every major newspaper in the world carried the news story on the death of Micheal Jackson. 514 more words

Michael Jackson

First Day Fiction; Exclusive FREE Extract of 'When I Wasn't Watching'.

For this months ‘first-day fiction’ here’s an extract from my forthcoming (in three days, to be exact!) first crime thriller/suspense novel ‘When I Wasn’t Watching’ … 1,192 more words

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The Curse of Van Gogh by Paul Hoppe

In a dizzying world of glamour, danger and mystery, The Curse of Van Gogh is the story of a man drawn into an underground crime world he thought he’d left behind forever. 426 more words

Book Reviews

In the Books featuring Stranger at Sunset by Eden Baylee

Good morning and welcome to this week’s edition of In the Books, featuring Stranger at Sunset by Eden Baylee.

Okay, first off I’d like to congratulate Eden for her first release in a new genre. 266 more words

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