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Auto Sleuth: 16-cylinder Veyrons being phased out

Auto Sleuth: 16-cylinder Veyrons being phased out
That's what The Sleuth is hearing from his sources in China. The iconic brand that's now owned by China-based SAIC is rumored to be contemplating a roadster companion to new compact sport ute and hatchback models that will wear the MG badge. 52 more words

My three favorite movies of all time

Sleuth (1972)

The Truman Show (1998)

Amadeus (1984)

In no particular order.

Honorable mention: Lawrence of Arabia (1962)

What are yours?

Film

Sherlock Season 1 (2010)

Premise: Sherlock depicts London “consulting detective” Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) in solving various mysteries. Holmes is assisted by his flatmate and friend, Dr John Watson (Martin Freeman), who has returned from military service in Afghanistan with the Royal Army Medical Corps. 1,109 more words

Reviews

GUEST POST: On Research by PHILIP KERR

Name: Philip Kerr

Author of: FIELD GREY (2010)
                 PRAGUE FATALE (2011)
                 A MAN WITHOUT BREATH (2013)
                 PRAYER (2013)
                 RESEARCH (2014)

On the web: …

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Crime Fiction

MedHum Monday Presents: A Review of Skeleton Crew

Welcome back to MedHum Monday! Today we present a review of Skeleton Crew by Deborah Halber, science writer for MIT. Taking a good look at forensics history, but also at how technology today helps to re-open unsolved cases, the book invites us to question what counts as expertise in a modern, digital world. 771 more words

The Fiction Reboot

Secrets Can Kill inspired food

Of course with playing Secrets Can Kill I feel nothing could be more appropriate than to visit Schnitz (the place I happen to work at) and order a burger, chips and soft drink – food you could get from Maxine’s Diner. 66 more words

Secrets Can Kill vs Secrets Can Kill Remastered

WARNING! Post contains spoilers.

It happens to be my first post on this blog so let’s dedicate it to the first Nancy Drew game, Secrets Can Kill. 520 more words