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Midsomer Murders - Law & Order UK with Tea and Scones

Midsomer Murders – Law & Order with Tea and Scones

The stories are set in the fictional county of Midsomer. It has to be said that if Midsomer was a real place, no one would want to live there due to its staggeringly high murder rate. 545 more words

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A Word from the Author of Clemency, A Novel in Progress

Hey, everybody, I feel like I’ve been so deep in NaNoWriMo land and posting the progress of my WIP, Clemency, that you all may have forgotten what I look like. 491 more words

Writing

The murder must always be believable

I just finished reading a mystery novel in which a wife was pushed over the side of a cliff while trying to reconcile with her estranged husband. 257 more words

Mystery Writing 101

Horns

Ig is struggling with accusations concerning his girlfriend’s death and turns to drink. But on top of a massive hangover, he one day awakens to find he has grown horns… 589 more words

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Agatha Christie - Nemesis

paperback
publisher: HarperCollins
published 2008 (first published 1971)
pages: 386

Book (English)

Blurb:

A message from a dead acquaintance prompts a bus tour to an unknown crime…In utter disbelief Miss Marple read the letter addressed to her from the recently deceased Mr Rafiel – an acquaintance she had met briefly on her travels. 382 more words

Reviews

Blackberry Days of Summer

Let me just get right down to it: I loved this book! It is one of the best historical fiction novels I’ve read this year. The writing is great and the story is easy to follow. 129 more words

Book Reviews

Fraudster -- A review

Fraudster – A Review

Paisa  Vasool.

R V Raman’s Fraudster published by Hachette, is a 289 page turner giving you your Rs 250 money’s worth. 309 more words

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