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William Peter Blatty Passed as I Read His Book

This past week I began reading Legion by William Peter Blatty. I had reread The Exorcist a month or two ago, found the Detective Kinderman character fascinating, so I ordered the… 1,027 more words

Writing

Reflections On A Passing Phantom

Sherrielock Holmes sat at her chair in front of the mirror on her table and dresser.

She had just returned from a masquerade ball where she had dressed up as the Nymph of the Blue Moon. 620 more words

Vampire Novel

Jake is racking up the ⭐ Stars!

Jake is racking up the stars for his audiobook adventures! ⭐⭐⭐⭐

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⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Lots of action and danger!…Fun yet full of twists and turns. 128 more words

Book Reviews

The Dogs of Riga by Henning Mankell

Not surprisingly, writing in The Dogs of Riga was greatly different from The Man Who Smiled. While Mankell is known for his sparse prose it seemed that in the Man Who Smiled he took it to absurd levels. 520 more words

Literature

When the Music's Over by Peter Robinson [Review]

*I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

I tend to get a craving for a good mystery in the fall and winter months, when all I want to do is bundle myself in flannel and wool and drown my cold-weather sorrows in tea. 533 more words

Book Reviews

"The Trapped Girl" by Robert Dugoni

I have read and reviewed, “The 7th Canon” by the New York Times bestselling author, Robert Dugoni elsewhere in this blog. Having enjoyed that, I eagerly took up another of his thrillers recently called, “The Trapped Girl.” This features Detective Tracy Crosswhite of the Seattle Police Dept’s Violent Crimes Section, who apparently appears in several of his books. 446 more words

Book Reviews

Hotel

The elderly lady sat quietly surveying the scene from the luxurious comfort of her overstuffed armchair. She had not stayed in this hotel before, but delighted in its location, nestled as it was, in the beautiful Cotswold Hills. 754 more words