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The Disappearance: compelling Eurocrime

A teenage girl goes missing on midsummer night, after a festival. As it becomes obvious that she’s not coming home, and the police investigation moves from initial disinterest to a potential murder hunt, so it’s revealed that Lea was a young woman with many secrets. 360 more words


The Dark Horizon by Simon Hall

Now, I have a difficulty reviewing The Dark Horizon by Simon Hall and it is this: He is the man mentoring the draft of my first novel. 327 more words

Book Reviews

Little Grey Cells: Memorable Detectives

I remember giggling to myself in biology class while studying the brain. I knew what “grey cells” were, all right. They’re what Hercule Poirot used to solve crime! 233 more words


My Favorite Cozies: The Caribbean

Ah, cozy mysteries. There are so many wonderful things that make a cozy fun. From interesting settings to unique hobbies, the options are endless.

One of my favorite settings for a mystery is the Caribbean. 189 more words


Location, Location, Location: Exotic vs. Small Town Charm

One of the most charming things about a cozy mystery, in my opinion, is the setting. The setting can, in many ways, almost become another character in and of itself and can drive the direction of the mystery in surprising ways. 174 more words


Favourite TV detective Hercule Poirot is a killer

He has been one of TV’s best-loved detectives for a quarter of a century. But millions of fans were left shocked last night after discovering Hercule Poirot…is a killer. 86 more words


Classic TV Mystery and Detective 1/6 Scale Figures

I’ve always been a big fan of the classic TV mysteries and detectives like Columbo, Quincy M.E., Murder She Wrote and Matlock. One day while watching Columbo I thought to myself how cool it would be to have a figure of Peter Faulk. 99 more words

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