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Book review: “Chiffren im Schnee”

Katharina Berlinger’s “Chiffren im Schnee” is a mix between detective and spy novel. Like many whodunits and spy-stories, it is unputdownable. No better season to read it than right now, when te evenings are long. 536 more words


Mystery of the Bar of Soap - Updated

Taking my bath this morning, I discovered a very peculiar thing – a full bar of white, oval shaped soap sitting on the holder at the side of the bath.   337 more words


Mistletoe Mysteries: Some Radical Rubbish

I have a lot of problems with the term ‘cozy crime’ (in fact, I think that, as a subgenre, it doesn’t exist). But it does highlight one of the most widely-acknowledged paradoxes in genre fiction. 1,679 more words

Sealed - Theatre with Teeth Review

Theatre with Teeth’s latest production Sealed is a tale with all the intrigue of a classic whodunit and all the laughs of a decent pre-drinks…albeit a pre’s with seven strangers and a rather impressive age range. 293 more words

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☆★☆April’s Christmas Holiday (Maxwell Mysteries #4)☆★☆

Christmas is coming and April is heading home for the holidays. It’s time to switch off, relax and have some festive fun. 101 more words

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Mystery and Miss Christie

With more than two billion copies of books sold, Dame Agatha Christie is no wonder the best-selling fiction writer to behold. Wow, wouldn’t be surprised for everything Christie is a masterpiece. 211 more words

☆★☆Freebies coming soon☆★☆

To celebrate the release of my novel, April’s Christmas Holiday, the 1st 3 books in the Maxwell Mysteries will be FREE from Wednesday 23rd – Sunday 27th November… 10 more words

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