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Got to Begin Again*

It’s a not-so-pleasant fact of life that sometimes, you have to stop what you’re doing and start all over again. You know the feeling, I’m sure. 1,080 more words

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You Can't Compete With Murder Incorporated*

One of the most influential films of the last decades has arguably been Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather, which premiered 46 (!) years ago. It’s based, as you’ll know, on Mario Puzo’s novel of the same name, and traces the fortunes of the Corleone family. 1,053 more words


Wednesday's Word: A Story of a Short, Hard Fall v. the Long Haul

Apparently I think I have daredevil blood in my veins, if perhaps not seriously like stunt persons or Indy race car drivers (though I felt the attraction in younger years). 2,414 more words

He's a Genius Who Believes*

As this is posted, it would have been Albert Einstein’s 139th birthday. For many people, Einstein personified genius. And he was, of course, a truly remarkable mathematician, physicist, and more. 928 more words


Please Don't Tell Me That I'm the Only One That's Vulnerable*

Most people would rather not be killed. I know, that’s a painfully obvious point to make, but it has implications if you’re a fictional murderer. Among other things, it means that you have to pick your time. 969 more words

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In The Spotlight: Paul Levine's Solomon vs Lord

Hello, All,

Welcome to another edition of In The Spotlight. Legal cases are as varied as the people involved in them. So are crime novels that feature lawyers. 1,106 more words


His Family Business Thrives*

One of the staples of a lot of economies is the family-owned business. Some of them are large, many are smaller. Either way, they are part of the backbone of a lot of communities. 1,054 more words

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