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2018 Book #21 - The Flight Attendant by Chris Bohjalian

Title: The Flight Attendant
Author: Chris Bohjalian
Date finished: 3/20/18
Genre: Fiction, thriller
Publisher: Doubleday
Publication Date: March 13, 2018
Pages in book: 345
Stand alone or series: 509 more words

Book Reviews


He silently watched the car shrink away, eaten up by the distance. Strange. Although his lips were unmoving, he had so much he wanted to say. 335 more words


Short Story: "Letters" By C. A. Brown

It all started in the local newspaper, of all things. Although this wasn’t something that Joanne usually read, the paper got delivered to her by accident every now and then. 842 more words


All the Ugly and Wonderful Things: If You're Not Sure What to Choose for Book Club, Read This.

I fell behind on posting. I’m catching up, but I knew I’d read at least three things that I needed to post about, and I tried to remember the book I was forgetting. 428 more words


Dogs barking and the stupidity of literary fashion

My editor, who gets to poke at my manuscripts, flagged a sentence in the first course of my occult mystery, “A dog barked in the distance.” This is a cliche according to Rosecrans Baldwin, a novelist who wrote an article for Slate back in 2010. 1,142 more words


Two Stories In One

Hi Jim,

I’m having trouble with two separate stories I’m writing. I’ve got both of them complete, but neither one of them is particularly long and I don’t think they’re strong enough to stand by themselves. 525 more words


Review: The Green Line

The Green Line
By: E.C. Diskin
Rating: 4 Stars

“Abby Donovan’s decade-long dream of partnership at her prestigious Chicago law firm is just months from fruition.

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