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Mothers of the Disappeared - Russel D. McLean

I must start this review by saying that this is the fourth book in the Dundee based A.J. McNee series. A.J. McNee is a former Detective, now a Private Investigator who has been suspended from the Association of British Investigators following an incident four years previously. 406 more words

Books I Have Read

WWW Wednesday (July 30)

Hosted by Miz B at Should be Reading
To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…
• What are you currently reading?
• What did you recently finish reading? 307 more words

Weekly Posts

Friday Finds (April 25)

Hosted by Should be Reading

FRIDAY FINDS showcases the books you ‘found’ and added to your To Be Read (TBR) list… whether you found them online, or in a bookstore, or in the library — wherever! 805 more words

Weekly Posts

In white and in red: walking against injustice

Two recent actions shared center stage in Buenos Aires’ famous Plaza de Mayo, both made by groups of women, who in the choice of their actions, became walking witnesses against violence and injustice to women today and to all those who were disappeared during Argentina’s Dirty War (1976-1983). 361 more words

Buenos Aires

2 Weeks of Travel in Buenos Aires

We really, really thought we’d love Buenos Aires. We were so sure of it, that we planned the longest stop of our entire round the world trip there. 969 more words

Travel

Songs That Grabbed Me - U2, Mothers of the Disappeared

From the 1987 Album , The Joshua Tree, easily their best album in my opinion, the final track, Mothers of the Disappeared, has to be one of the saddest songs ever written. 342 more words

Writing

The Greatest Dictator

by Andrew Doscas

Most RPG video games end with the character having to choose between saving the world or condemning it to ruin.  This concept is incredibly seductive, the power to impose your own will on the entire world I think qualifies a greatness, a sense of influence that some of us would love to attain.  1,454 more words

Andrew Doscas