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Hallelujah! Book Two is off to the Editor

The old line about the joys of boating holds that an owner’s two happiest days are when he buys a boat and when he sells it. 404 more words


Author Fair

Attended Barrington’s first Author Fair yesterday. Never know what to expect but met some interesting authors from the area and some curious readers. I want to thank Ashley Johnson and her crew for putting this together and hope she will continue the program next year. 125 more words

Young Adult

The French Connection (1971)

William Friedkin’s crime thriller The French Connection is a crackerjack of a movie. It’s the first R-rated flick to win the Oscar for Best Picture and it’s one of the finest films in the genre. 718 more words



I was provided an arc copy of this book by the publisher via NetGalley.

A man goes missing and his sister hires a PI, Peter Bragg to find him. 89 more words


The Dolls House by M.J Arlidge

The book follows the investigation of murder when a girl’s body is discovered on a remote beach. Her killer had been keeping her alive through the use of social media and texts to her friends and family. 178 more words


The Babadook

directed by Jennifer Kent

After a flood of viral likes from the internet, I gave in and checked out The Babadook. (For some reason, the title almost always made me think of… 954 more words


Chilling Psychological Thriller = 5 Stars

The Memory Box by Eva Lesko Natiello

This chilling thriller is not an easy read. Be ready to hold on tight to your sanity. Ms. Natiello stunned me with this fast paced, psychological thriller that is current, relevant, and horrifying. 23 more words