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The Slaughter Man by Tony Parsons

The Slaughter Man is the second instalment of the DC Max Wolfe series, the first being The Murder Bag. I read The Murder Bag when it came out and I really enjoyed it so I was excited when I heard there was a second book on its way! 410 more words

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Clive Jackson, 'conductor' of the News Hour for decades, retires

WATCH: Squire Barnes talks to Clive Jackson on the eve of his retirement

If you’ve watched Global BC’s News Hour over the years, you’ve seen thousands of people play out the symphony that is British Columbia’s news on a nightly basis. 972 more words

News

Murder Bag - Tony Parsons

DC Max Wolfe, a single father with a 5-year-old daughter and a puppy, has just been¬†moved to the homicide division in London after going against his superior’s, DCS Swire, orders in his prior position averting a public bombing. ¬† 116 more words

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Spacetime: An Explanation for Nothingness

For the longest time I had a really hard time dealing with Nagarjuna’s concept of emptiness and all it entailed. It began with an argument about “free will” and an ability to make a determination for one’s own outcome. 414 more words

Buddhism

Tony Parsons: Terrorists and budget airlines will never ruin the romance of flying - GQ.co.uk

As a frequent flyer this feels pretty spot on, the glamour of flying may have gone but you can make it with small wins along the way. 157 more words

Travel

SHOCKING TRUE STORY! This Homeless Cat Has Been Forced To Live In An Active VOLCANO!

Meet Tony Parsons. When he lost his job on an industrial estate, his life quickly spiraled out of control. His wife, Patricia, left him, he turned to the bottle to drown his sorrows and he couldn’t keep up repayments on his mortgage. 210 more words

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Discovering James Bond's rival in the spy novels of mysterious author Alexander Wilson

A Goldsmiths academic’s investigation into the life of a mysterious spy author has led to the republication of his novels over 80 years later.

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