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Two quick reads

A New York Christmas by Anne Perry

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A change in setting and a slightly later date, early 20th-century New York City, than the usual “Pitt” novels, Anne Perry gives us a relatively new character, Jemima Pitt. 413 more words


Should I change direction?

Is there an end? Is there a resting place? Is there a haven when you have finished an objective?

I have come to think that once you have attained your goal – for instance written a series of novels in a certain genre, you might want to change direction. 170 more words


The Filmic Figure of the Gangster

“In ways that we do not easily or willingly define, the gangster speaks for us, expressing that part of the american psyche which rejects the qualities and demands of modern life, which rejects ‘Americanism’ itself.” 1,264 more words


Summer Reading: a few reviews

Summer holidays allows me time to relax and read. I have a few reading challenges from my GoodReads groups that I can get ahead on before I have to go back to work. 558 more words


The Great Reading Challenge Review: The Girl in Kellers Way by Megan Goldin

  • Title: The Girl in Kellers Way 
  • Author: Megan Goldin
  • Genre: Crime, Mystery
  • Available in library?: No

The Girl in Kellers Way reviewed by Mrs Kelly…

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Crime, Crime, Crime

This month I have been reading novels in the Crime genre.

So with the weather turning a bit colder or just me getting a bit lazier I haven’t been out and about on my lunchtimes as much recently which has left me plenty of time for reading. 695 more words


(Episode 2) Black Widow

After dropping her off at school, Simi went to her room which had been paid for before she arrived. It was a room in the scholarship hostel, reserved only for students on scholarship. 2,080 more words

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