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Putting the D in the P: Last Night(ish) on Death in Paradise (Series 7 Episode 7)

Well, blow me down! If you hadn’t guessed from my general air of disdain throughout this entire series, I was pretty much done with Death in Paradise… 1,660 more words

No death penalty for Burlington man accused of killing girlfriend and her unborn child in Charlotte

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Prosecutors announced Thursday morning that they will not seek the death penalty for a Burlington man accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend and her unborn child in Charlotte, according to… 190 more words


Texas, Alabama, Florida Set To Hold Executions On Same Night

WASHINGTON (AP) – If executions set for Alabama, Texas and Florida are carried out Thursday as scheduled, it would mark the first time in more than eight years that three convicted killers were put to death in the U.S. 244 more words


BLOG TOUR - Pawprints & Predicaments - REVIEW, INTERVIEW

Welcome! Today, I’m hosting a stop on the Great Escapes Virtual Book Tour for Pawprints and Predicaments, the third in the Lucky Paws Petsitting… 1,429 more words

Book Reviews

Netflix Is About To Release A Reality Show That Pressures Someone Into Committing Murder

It’s no secret that reality TV has gotten crazier and crazier throughout the years. From the days of Fear Factor to following around the Kardashians for over 10 years, TV producers are constantly looking for the next, most wild and never -before-seen thing in order to get audiences to watch. 149 more words

The Man they could not hang....

John Henry George Lee, also known as John ‘Babbacombe’ Lee or simply as ‘the man they could not hang’ – was born on the 14th of August 1864, in the Devonshire village of Abbotskerswell – and upon leaving school went to work for Miss Emma Keyes, at her home ‘The Glen’, in Babbacombe, a seaside hamlet near to Torquay. 1,320 more words


Book 537: The Drawing of the Three (The Dark Tower #2) - Stephen King

I’m starting to see why people really like this series. I’m only two books in now (with pretty big gaps between the books), but I get it. 569 more words