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Americosis vol 2 ... a review

A few months ago I wrote about Americosis, which I liked a lot. Now volume 2 is out and I was surprised that it came out so quick. 249 more words

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The True Deceiver ... a review

I picked up another Scandi noir, this time, set in Norway. Really, their harsh winter landscapes with piles and piles of snow make for such good murder mystery backgrounds. 326 more words

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Death of a Demon ... a review

So once the Fringe was done, I was itching to get back to reading. I have read a ridiculously low number of books this year and am hoping to remedy that in the colder months. 165 more words

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The Great Escape of Fluff

Earlier that same day, Fluffball had just gotten knocked out when the plane was crashing.  Hazel and Cleo were carrying grappling hooks, so they were not injured.   728 more words

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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

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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

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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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