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Jo Nesbo Surprises: Blood on Snow

Full disclosure: I received a copy of this book from Penguin Random House of Canada in exchange for an honest review.

When I started reading… 405 more words

23 Books For Your Summer Reading List

Summer is fast approaching, which for all us book lovers means that it is finally time to read all the books we have been saving during the year. 4,574 more words

Biographies

Guest Writer: Sarah Jayne Townsend

Sara Jayne Townsend is a UK-based writer of crime and horror, and someone tends to die a horrible death in all of her stories.  She was born in Cheshire in 1969, but spent most of the 1980s living in Canada after her family emigrated there.   1,276 more words

Writing

HUSH, HUSH by Laura Lippman

Tess Monaghan Novel (Book 12)

When Tess’s friend and old boss Tyner Gray hires her as a security consultant for his client, Tess can’t refuse. Not even when said client is Melisandre Dawes, the woman who left her two-month-old baby to die in a hot car while she sat and waited nearby. 278 more words

Book Reviews

I Let You Go - Clare Mackintosh

Wow, April is turning out to be a great month for reading! I Let You Go has such a fresh feel it could have been hung on a line to dry in the spring sunshine. 582 more words

Books I Have Read

William D. Prystauk's BLOODLETTING: a New, Must-Read Crime Novel with a Fetish/BDSM Twist


Bloodletting by William D. Prystauk

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Denny Bowie, a young investigator for a Chicago law firm, risks everything to return to New York City to prove himself as a private investigator by solving the murder of a fetish photographer, Tommy Heat. 661 more words

Reviews

Reactionaries hate the truth and the world’s rulers fear the truth; but it embarrasses the liberals, perhaps because they can’t do anything about it.

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