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Book Duel: Black Coffee

The baby inside me has stolen all of my energy. As a result, I have become a reading machine (when awake). This book review is of… 233 more words

An Extract from the Files of George Whitby, Investigator

    (The following story was inspired by the game of CLUE . . .)

    You’re tangled in your latest murder file when the telephone begins to shrill and rattle against the hook like a panicking bird. 6,529 more words

Short Stories

FIFTY ONE

The next book I will be talking about from my Top Pick of Ten is a play by Agatha Christie. Many of you probably already know this; it is the longest running play in the world. 918 more words

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SRP Review: Cam Shaw from Who Killed the Ghost in the Library?

Disclaimer: The reviews I post on The Self Rescue Princess won’t be the usual style of book review that talks about all the points and elements of a novel. 319 more words

Books

Death of a Murder Mystery Novel

The Librarian stepped around the corner of the bookshelf and froze. She raised her hands to her cheeks and screamed. Still, she couldn’t look away. Beaten, battered and ripped apart, it lay in pieces at her feet. 551 more words

Mystery Writing 101

Jessica Fletcher & Donald Bain - Murder She Wrote: Murder on the QE2

paperback
publisher: Signet
published 1997
pages 304

Book (English)

Blurb:

Bestselling mystery writer and amateur sleuth Jessica Fletcher is invited to travel to London on the grand dame of ocean liners, the Queen Elizabeth II, as one of seven guest lecturers. 355 more words

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{ARC Review} How to Fall by Jane Casey

From Goodreads: Sixteen-year-old Jess Tennant has never met any of her relatives, until her mom suddenly drags her out of London to spend the summer in the tiny English town where her family’s from. 570 more words

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