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Cell ... a review

Robin Cook has been my go to man for fast-paced, enjoyable, thrilling medical novels. For the last 15 years! Yes, you read that right… I read my first Cook when I was ten, and I have never looked back. 287 more words

In Between 'heavy' Books

The Chessmen ... a review

This is the last and final book of The Lewis Trilogy. I wrote about the earlier books here and here. While the personal story of Fin has advanced quite a bit, there was bound to be some part of his dark and brooding head that we hadn’t seen. 230 more words

In Between 'heavy' Books

The Lewis Man ... a review

I read this book a while ago, just after the first book. This is the second book of The Lewis Trilogy, where ex Detective Inspector Finlay Macleod has now moved back to the womb, back to his native village of Crobost on the Isle of Lewis, one of the remotest of islands in the Outer Hebrides. 366 more words

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Reading Challenge Review: Monsters by Gareth S. Young

**Any spoilers are unintentional and I apologize in advance if I let any slip that ruin the story for you. The purpose of the reviews are to highlight books I’ve read as part of a personal reading and blogging challenge for 2015. 903 more words

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The Blackhouse ... a review

You might start to see a pattern here related to the Isle of Lewis. But I can assure you that it was pure chance that I mentioned… 337 more words

In Between 'heavy' Books

UK's Greenway Entertainment Seeks Rights for Worldwide Distribution of Detective Thriller "Hidden Agenda".

​This summer, a new detective thriller is going to be distributed through Greenway Entertainment in the UK and Worldwide on VOD.

Grimsby, Lincs -- (ReleaseWire) -- 12/29/2014 -- Currently, Greenway Entertainment, a popular UK film distributor, is leading negotiations with Pain Productions for a VOD Worldwide release of their detective thriller in 2015 starring Hans Hernke. 420 more words

The Case of the Missing Dog Bone

by

Charlie Poekimaun Wagner

Chapter 1

Hi.  My name is Hazel, and this is my partner, Cleo.  We are both genius dog detectives, or, at least we try to be.  1,635 more words