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Publishers Weekly review of DEATH IN THE FACE

“Set in 1962, McDonald’s fine ninth Hector Lassiter novel (after Print the Legend) takes the 62-year-old writer and an old friend of his, 54-year-old Ian Fleming (the creator of James Bond), to Japan. 135 more words

Crime Fiction

Theme : Economy - The Open Road

London, September 2025 : A Modern Motorist Writes

It’s now 10 years since the revelations regarding the erstwhile car producer, Volkswagen, came to light. Initially, industry experts predicted that it would be a large storm, but one that would soon subside. 820 more words

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There's Something About Mary

Has FCA’s on-off romance with GM entered a new phase?

Last week two seemingly unrelated news items landed, which taken on face value elicited only mild interest. 520 more words

... Is Now

Theme : Evolution - When Genes Mutate

We go back to a time before fun was a 24/7 obligation

It’s near midnight early in 1955 in a nondescript French suburb. The scene is an office, deserted except for one man at a drawing board. 1,032 more words

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Some like to listen dangerously...

        

Readergal from Booklist about the voice of Hector Lassiter:

Lust for Listening

Readergal has quite a few invisible boyfriends who talk to her. She has complete control over when they speak and what they talk about. 182 more words

Crime Fiction

Theme: Evolution - Coming Soon...

Next year’s E-Class will be a tech-fest. We lift the lid.

Next year’s Mercedes E-Class is primed to evolve ‘in-car connectivity’ and autonomous driving to the next level, says a report in… 523 more words

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Bridget Gorfe’s Diary

In the spirit of even-handedness, we feel we should present selected extracts of this disturbing counterview to the recent pieces we have published by Myles Gorfe. 1,183 more words

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