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Book Review: 'Don't Move' by Nikki Stern

“Memories don’t line up like good soldiers and proceed in a linear order. They’re more like bits of yarn, flotsam and jetsam, for which we may knit pretty pieces to keep us warm and cover over our exposed parts. 323 more words

Pop Culture And Entertainment

The Biting Chill of February!

“Announced by all the trumpets of the sky,
Arrives the snow, and, driving o’er the fields,
Seems nowhere to alight: the withered air
Hides hills and woods, the river, and the heaven, 308 more words

Romance Books

Book Review: Mr Mercedes by Stephen King

A dark thriller about a killer who uses a stolen Mercedes to plough into a line of people and taunts the former lead detective in the case after retirement. 82 more words

Book Reviews

Gone Girl: Following in the Master's Footsteps

Alfred Hitchcock crafted the recipe to creating suspense, and mastered the ingredients throughout his canon of unforgettable films. His reputation is kept alive as his techniques continue to influence suspense thrillers of a new generation, and David Fincher’s 2014 thriller Gone Girl is no exception. 930 more words

Film Analysis

The Performance of 'Human'

The films I have enjoyed the most lately have been darker films in which characters become distanced from a life they know. They are confronted with challenges — to love, relationships, daily life, even humanity — but ultimately to their sense of identity and the profound experience of existence. 430 more words


Kingsman: The Secret Service

Based on a comic book, “Kingsman: The Secret Service” is about a very secret Spy Organization that is in need of fresh recruits, so they can continue to stay ahead of the latest global threats. 136 more words

Suspense Thriller



Be swept up within the Winds of Betrayal saga! Captivating!

Spies and Traitors; Love and Betrayal!
The world of spies and traitors-love and betrayal converge on the path to the ultimate betrayal–the treachery of the American’s most infamous turncoat, General Benedict Arnold! 222 more words

Romance Books