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Watching the Tide Roll Away*

Since most murderers don’t want to be caught, one of their concerns is how to get rid of the bodies of their victims, leaving as little evidence of what happened as possible. 1,192 more words

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Operation Excess Baggage Week 15

So anyways, some seriously random shit went down this week- not to me, but around me…to people I love. People who don’t deserve seriously random shit of this nature. 390 more words


I Betcha You Would Have Done the Same*

Part of the appeal of some crime novels is that they invite the reader to do some deeper thinking. For instance, I’d guess that we all want to think we’d do the right thing in a given situation. 1,114 more words

Agatha Christie

Make of Our Hearts One Heart*

All couples have to make adjustments; it’s what happens when two different people share their lives. That’s especially true of intercultural couples. They face the same issues as other couples, and they have to bridge sometimes vast cultural gaps. 1,044 more words

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It's Late in the Evening*

Plenty of real and fictional crime happens in broad daylight. But most people associate crime with night. We’re more vulnerable at night; and, since a lot of people are at home then, public areas are less populated. 1,068 more words

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And They Sit at the Bar and Put Bread in My Jar*

Bars and pubs come in all shapes and sizes. There are very posh bars in resort hotels; and seedy places where only the locals go, and then only when they don’t have enough money to go anywhere else. 1,169 more words

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In the Beginning I Misunderstood*

An interesting post from Moira at Clothes in Books has got me thinking about book titles. And while I’m mentioning that excellent blog, let me encourage you to pay it a visit. 1,304 more words