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Book Review: ‘Woman with a Gun,’ A Romantic Murder Mystery by Phillip Margolin

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When a murder occurs one of the pieces of evidence is a photo shot just after the fact. The photo depicts a space in time where imagination sets the scene. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Spark,’ A Thriller by John Twelve Hawks

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Jacob Underwood is not like anyone else, for he experiences Cotard’s syndrome, a real condition that causes him to believe he is dead. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Neve & Egan Cases, Danse Macabre’ by Cristelle Comby

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In a murder case deep and muddy, a macabre killer has his own agenda. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Three Strikes and You’re Dead’ by Michael A. Draper

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The author has taken the headlines of a Baseball strike and infused it with the obsession of someone willing to create chaos and use others to do his bidding. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Wedding and a Killing: a Mac Faraday Mystery’ by Lauren Carr

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In murder, sometimes the simplest of answers are the hardest ones to find. Read More »

Book Review: ‘New Orleans Requiem’ by D. J. Donaldson

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When a man is found stabbed with one eyelid removed and four Scrabble tiles on his chest, can the murderer be stopped before he kills again? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Tinseltown’ by William J. Mann

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A look back into the history of Hollywood takes us into a more sinister and shady backdrop of murder. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Demeter Code’ by Russell Brooks

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Constant rumors and theories keep the world on edge with thoughts of pandemic horrors that could destroy everything as we know it. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Ghost in the Electric Blue Suit’ by Graham Joyce

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Can deep seated memories be the reason we are drawn to a particular place, a place that we may have never been? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Real Murder, A Lovers in Crime Mystery’ by Lauren Carr

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The secrets of the past can often intrude on the present in unexpected ways. Read More »