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Author Wednesday - John Hazen

Welcome to Author Wednesday. Today I interview John Hazen who is now fulfilling his dream of writing novels. He’s working on his fifth book, but today he’s going to talk about his latest novel, … 1,181 more words

Ramblings Of A Writer

The Lost Key by Catherine Coulter

Nicholas Drummond has just left his job in London and come to New York as a new FBI agent. His new partner is Mike Caine and on his first day they are called out to a stabbing on Wall Street. 202 more words

Book Reviews

Three Old-School Thrillers That I Read Last Week

Modern thrillers have a lot going for them, but there is nothing more refreshing than an old-school, no-holds-barred tale of political intrigue, corruption, and murder.  Authors who wrote in previous decades have the luxury of avoiding compliance with our modern sensibilities. 535 more words

Classic Film Review: The Thin Man DVD Collection - a brief commentary

Pros:The first two are the best before the films become formulaic.

Cons:The films become formulaic!

The Bottom Line: Murder mysteries with the famous Nick & Nora. 

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The Treatment

The Treatment is the second in Mo Hayder’s Jack Caffrey series. Caffrey is still obsessed with the paedophile next door and the mystery of what happened to his brother all those years ago. 260 more words


Contained Thrillers - A Prized Genre

Anatomy of a Contained Thriller

There is a specific sub-genre of thriller called the “Contained Thriller” that has always been one of my favorite kinds of film. 950 more words




Michael Arruda

Welcome to another edition of MEMORABLE MOVIE QUOTES, that column where we look at memorable quotes from some pretty neat movies. 1,239 more words