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Review: F is for Fugitive by Sue Grafton

F is for Fugitive
by Sue Grafton

Copyright: 1989

Pages: 307

Read: April 9-15, 2018

Rating: 3.5/5

Source: Paperbackswap

Blurb: When Kinsey Millhone first arrives in Floral Beach, California, it’s hard for her to picture the idyllic coastal town as the setting of a brutal murder. 364 more words

Book Review

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Georgia (*)

Alexandre Qazbegi — The Prose of the Mountains (1880s)

Three novellas set in the 19th century Caucasus. A rich man becomes a shepard and experiences first-hand the humiliation and extortion the other shepards suffer at the hands of the police and border guards and are harried by bands of Cossacks. 63 more words


Dayo Forster — Reading the Ceiling (2015)

Setting: Modern Gambia & London

What it’s about: Three different iterations of one woman’s life: a successful international professional, a traditional wife, and a struggling single mother. 94 more words

Women In Translation


Janis Otsiemi — African Tabloid (2016)

 A police drama set in contemporary Libreville combines corruption (“a national sport”), cybercrime and political intrigue.

It paints a raw portrait of the city, with the police officers fighting internal politics, investigating revenge porn, cheating on their wives and extorting taxi drivers to make ends meet, with a generally cynical outlook on life, such as when complaining that they will never be able to extradite a criminal from France: 48 more words


Spatola, Gloria P.

Gloria P. Spatola, a lifelong New Milford, CT resident, passed away Sunday April 22, 2018 in New Milford at the age of 91.
She was born April 17, 1927 in New Milford, CT, daughter of the late L. 85 more words