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The Paris Homicide Series by Frédérique Molay

  I love the gritty psychologically driven Scandinavian crime novels and they led me to reach out for a broader view of European Crime.  Let me tell you, it isn’t all gritty, but that doesn’t mean you have Ms. Marple … Continue reading

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Skeletons Still Not in the Closet

I keep my skeletons out all year in spots to spook nosy guests. Be warned if you ever come over and snoop that white canister on the bathroom shelf or move back the leaves of a fern. (although why you … Continue reading

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The Barter by Siobhan Adcock

Move over Rosemary’s baby, The Omen, and The Exorcist and now we have The Barter on the Horror/Suspense bus. When I was a kid, my dad and I got into scary books by some really great authors. Now, I wasn’t … Continue reading

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The House At The End of Hope Street by Menna van Praag

                                            The House at the End of Hope Street by Menna van Praag Imagine a time in your life … Continue reading

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A New Birth of Freedom: The Translator by Robert G. Pielke

This is the second book in the wonderfully fun trilogy so be sure to check out my review for A New Birth of Freedom: The Visitor. Time travel is messy when you really start to ponder it. You can’t change … Continue reading

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