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Night Life Penultimate Best Novel Nom

So here we go with another historical crime novel – David C. Taylor’s Night Life.  It’s his debut novel and it garnered an Edgar nomination for… 699 more words

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The Strangler Vine: Best Novel Nominee

Entering the fray for the Mystery Writers of America Edgar Award for Best Novel is M.J. Carter’s The Strangler Vine.  I admit that I was less than enthusiastic… 503 more words

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Watching You by Michael Robotham

Another good one from Robotham….  ****

Once again Michael Robotham proves he is at his best when at least one of his characters is written in first person.  172 more words

Fiction - Mystery/Thriller

Robotham Edgar nominee - Best Novel

I am an eager Michael Robotham reader.  In fact, he has a new book out TODAY, his latest in his clinical psychologist Joe O’Loughlin series,  and I have it sitting on my kitchen table right this minute.   402 more words

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Shatter by Michael Robotham

Stephen King was right…..  ****

On the cover of this novel Stephen King is quoted as saying, “The most suspenseful book I read all year.” My first reaction to this was, really? 213 more words

Fiction - Mystery/Thriller

Smart People Talking: Michael Robotham

Sometimes, life is beautiful, and you get to interview writing heroes, and pick their brains about how they go about creating their fictional worlds. I really, really love those moments. 3,078 more words

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Happiness Comes At A Price...

“After six years living alone, Joe O’Loughlin is invited to spend the summer with his estranged wife Julianne and their two daughters. Determined to rekindle his marriage, Joe  grabs this lifeline like a drowning man, but soon there are complications. 510 more words

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