Belinda Bauer, SNAP – A Book Review

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Hello and greetings from London. I trust all is well in your world.

Snap, by British author Belinda Bauer is classified as a crime novel and in theory is it. But it is a crime novel with a difference.

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Dean Koontz, What The Night Knows – A Book Review

 

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Those of you who are familiar with the American fiction writer Dean Koontz will know his books can only be described as dark thrillers or out-and-out horrors! Dean Koontz is certainly not the one to read if you want a quiet read before bedtime!

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Michael Connelly, Angels Flight – A Book Review

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I dug this book off my shelf recently and I was glad I did. Then again, I am a big Michael Connolly fan!

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Dead Simple by Peter James – A Book Review

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Greetings from London! Where did that super hot summer go? Autumn now seems to be looming very quickly! However it’s the perfect time to do more reading! It’s what the long dark evenings are made for!

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The Secret Hangman by Peter Lovesey – A Book Review

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Greetings from London! I trust your summer is going well! Or for my followers in the southern hemisphere, spring is just around the corner…

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Putting Your Story Together – Novels

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Hello and welcome from a very sultry London! I know we are kind of in the lazy hazy summer season with plenty of exciting sport on the television, but that doesn’t mean it’s a reason to slack off from writing –  or at least thinking about it!

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Horror Fiction: Update

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Horror fiction, what’s happened to it? I was wondering about it recently, and thought I can’t be the only one, can I?

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