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J.K. Rowling Congratulates Robert Galbraith: New Cormoran Strike Novel

Early this morning, Little, Brown Book Group UK (@LittleBrownUK) took to Twitter to announce their privilege of publishing Robert Galbraith’s next completed novel in the Cormoran Strike series– 361 more words


Turkish Delight

Since a trip to Turkey is not in the cards for me, I opted to read a mystery novel about a Turkish crime-fighting transvestite instead. Turkey is better, for sure. 73 more words


White Flame & The Aliens

Children enjoy reading stuff that stirs their mind. What is more captivating is when they get to explore and go on an adventurous ride through a story that weaves an interesting plot keeping the reader hooked until the very end. 151 more words

Is it really worth attending the London Book Fair?

This is a question that many professional writers will be asking themselves this week. The annual London Book Fair kicks off at Olympia tomorrow and today is the last opportunity to buy discounted entrance tickets online. 477 more words


The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Part 1) - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

The Adventures:
1. A Scandal in Bohemia
2. The Red-headed League
3. A Case of Identity
4. The Boscombe Valley Mystery
5. The Five Orange Pips… 647 more words
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Quote: Mental Knitting

To me, detective stories are a great solace, a sort of mental knitting, where it doesn’t matter if you drop a stitch.
Rupert Hart-Davis, letter to George Lyttelton

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Strangers On A Train by Patricia Highsmith

I cannot believe that “Strangers on a Train” by Patricia Highsmith was her first book! Published in 1950, it is still entertaining after all these years.* Most of you I’m sure are familiar with the story. 1,244 more words

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