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Book review -- The Puppeteers of Palem

Book Review – The Puppeteers of Palem by Sharat Komarraju

To be honest, I started on this book with trepidation, for frankly, the horror thriller genre is not my preferred bedtime reading. 398 more words

Adventure

"I Am a Genre Writer" (by Margaret Maron)

Margaret Maron’s achievements as a mystery and crime writer have been recognized by all of our field’s major organizations. She is a Grand Master of the… 1,365 more words
Fiction

Not Really a Review: One Little Agatha Christie.

Then, of course, there’s Agatha Christie’s book-come-play-come-film called “And Then There Were None”. Tastefully retitled after it had been called “Ten Little Indians”, which itself might have been dodgy, but is still far better than the original title “Ten Little N______”. 989 more words

‘Sharp Objects,’ my second Gillian Flynn

My first Gillian Flynn was appropriately Gone Girl, and I’d heard a lot about her first two smashing novels, Sharp Objects and Dark Places… 460 more words

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Figaro Murders by Laura Lebow

Author: Laura Lebow
Title: The Figaro Murders
Genre: Historical, Mystery
Publication Date: March 31, 2015
Publisher: Minotaur (St. Martins)
Number of Pages… 411 more words

Book Reviews

"And Then There Was Why: The Mystery in Mystery Fiction" (by Tim L. Williams)

Tim L. Williams’s short stories began appearing in EQMM in 2005. A number of them have gone on to be nominated for, or to win, major awards in the field. 1,985 more words
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A blessed Easter to all!

Dear friends,

On Sunday 5 April, we will celebrate our risen Lord with two services. The first of these, at 06h00, provides a wonderful way of greeting the Easter day, starting off in complete darkness, and culminating in the lighting of the Easter candle. 810 more words

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