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Book Review of A Nose for Trouble - A Scanner and Max Mystery - Kemp Knows Chemistry

What is it about a pleasant fragrance that makes it appealing? What makes two people click? Often times it comes down to chemistry. Award winning photographer Hans Kemp (Burmese Light; Bikes of Burden; Carrying Cambodia) has entered the crowded private investigator genre under his pen name of Jonathan Kemp. 599 more words


Review of Ghosting by Jonathan Kemp

It’s quite possible to be a ghost in your own life, to exist yet not really feel alive, to become subsumed by another person’s expectation of who you are, what you should be until you no longer recognise yourself. 359 more words

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'London Triptych' by Jonathan Kemp

Having much enjoyed talks by Jonathan Kemp (author of ‘London Triptych’)¬†and Neil McKenna (author of ‘Fanny and Stella: The Young Men Who Shocked Victorian England’) at a Queer London Research Forum event¬†back in February, I am pleased to say that I have finally got round to reading their fantastic novels. 702 more words