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Book review: The Lady Killer

The Lady Killer

by  Masako Togawa
Pushkin Vertigo
First published in 1963
Republished 10/02/2018
Genre: Thrillers / Crime fiction
Pages: 224
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Book review: The Word is Murder

The Word is Murder

(Hawthorne #1)

by  Anthony Horowitz

Genre: Mystery & Detective
Pages: 390
Goodreads Author’s website


It’s hard to believe: I have already read and thoroughly enjoyed five books by Anthony Horowitz, and only talked to you about The House of Silk, … 938 more words

Watch the Shows and Read the Books: Three Quirky Detective Series

Agatha Raisin, Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, and Agatha Christie’s Criminal Games are three detective series which I had as much fun watching as I did reading. 469 more words

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Book review: The Mystery of Three Quarters

The Mystery of Three Quarters

by  Sophie Hannah
HarperCollins/William Morrow

Genre: Mystery & Detective
Pages: 368
Goodreads Author’s website


I discovered Sophie Hannah a few years ago with… 479 more words

Spotlight and Q & A: The Man On The Roof

The Man On The Roof

by Michael Stephenson

Genre: domestic mystery-suspense thriller

Kindle Edition

Expected publication: June 22nd 2018

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Someone has been creeping in the dark while the others sleep, and they’ve done terrible, terrible things. 1,725 more words


What is Storytelling and What Makes a Good Storyteller?: My Name is Red

There’s something so refreshing about perspective. It nods to the juxtaposition between one’s heart and mind: both the reader’s and the writer’s. This is one of the many reason why I find… 613 more words


Book review: Something in the Water

Something in the Water

by Catherine Steadman
Random House/Ballantine

Genre: Mystery/Thriller
Pages: 352


It is sometimes worth it to follow the hype and jump blindly into the first work of an author. 667 more words