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Book Review: ‘Killer, Come Hither’ – An Action-Filled Mystery by Louis Begley

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"Killer Come Hither" takes a deep look at morality and morals. If you enjoy mystery and suspense you will want this book for your library. Read More »

Book Review: ‘South of Good,’ A Thriller by Randall Reneau

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A five star read that will be enjoyed for all fiction crime story fans who like unique characters. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Rock With Wings’ A Mystery by Anne Hillerman

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Having two separate crimes being investigated individually , you are drawn between the differences of investigation, but also into how family plays a part in the Navajo Nation and in everything thing they do. Read More »

Interview: Chris Karlsen, Author of the Detective Novel ‘Silk’

Former detective Chris Karlsen talks about writing and her new Inspector Bloodstone series.

"I put off trying to actually write until I retired. Now, I am thrilled to complete each story that comes to me." Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Foyle’s War: Set 8′ – The Final Episodes

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"Foyle's War: Set 8" on Blu-ray marks the end of what was a magnificent piece of television. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Fatal Sin of Love,’ A Back Bay Investigation Mystery by G.X. Chen

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Ann Lee teams up once again with her crime-solving partner, Fang Chen, to connect the missing pieces of a mystery involving her roommate. Add a budding romance to the plot and you have all the dynamics for a great read. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Wheel of Fortune,’ A Lou Martelli Mystery By Theodore Jerome Cohen

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Cohen’s plots and character development skills are getting better and better with each new book. Read More »

Interview with Anne K. Edwards, author of ‘This and That: A Collection of Light and Dark Tales’

The total collection of tales takes the reader into new worlds and differing genres where new things await.

I know a muse is supposed to be a "she" but mine is a disagreeable, whiny "he" who has his own column on my website. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Smile Now, Cry Later’ – A Chuck Restic Mystery by Paul MacDonald

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Chuck’s concern occurs when Ed, an employee that never calls in sick, disappears not long after his conversation with him. Due to his perceived connection, Chuck determines that he will find out what is happening with this missing employee. It is here, the danger begins. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Midsomer Murders Set 25′ – Celebrating A Hundredth Episode

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A police procedural of the highest quality with a human element. Read More »