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"The Fourth Victim" by John Mead

Today I’m delighted to take part in the Rachel’s Random Resources blog tour for John Mead’s mystery novel, “The Fourth Victim“.  It is a police procedural set in London’s Whitechapel, so it caught my interest right away. 919 more words

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Book Review: Kafka on the Shore 

This is my first Murakami joint. It took me a while to read it. It’s existential and weird. A teenager runs away from home. There’s a man who can speak with cats. 221 more words


Let Him Eat Cake


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IT must be very difficult being a political satirist these days. So many politicians, to a man and woman, get underfoot with plots that would outdo a Goon Show episode and leave their writers wringing their hands in frustration: Why couldn’t we think of that? 870 more words


Pachinko - Min Jin Lee

This was a Bookopia (Palampur Book Club ) read for October’ 2018

Genre : Family saga, Historical Fiction

Book Cover : 3 ***

Rating : 4**** 676 more words

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Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - Hunter S. Thompson

Contextual Notes

This was, hands down, the most unorthodox
form of storytelling I have read so far; the only viable second place for this
category in my mind would be… 505 more words

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White Trash Zombie Unchained by Diana Rowland

This is the sixth book in the series starring Angel Crawford, denizen of Southeast Louisiana, former drughead and loser, diligent worker at the Tucker Point morgue, and involuntary brain-eating zombie. 127 more words

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SolaceClub, L.L.C. Grief Book Review: A Widow's Awakening

A Widow’s Awakening 

The book, A Widow’s Awakening, written by Maryanne Pope, is a delightful yet poignant piece of non-fiction literature. As the novel begins, the reader easily become attached to the two main characters, the author and her husband. 545 more words

A Widow's Awakening