Tag Archives: mystery

Lifestyle: Podcast Review-Deadly Manners

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I am not a podcast enthusiast. Not that I reject podcasts, in fact I used to have my own years ago where I and a cohost discussed teens and autism. It was fun, and an interesting segway from my blog, … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Echo of Murder by Anne Perry

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The latest in the William and Hester Monk series involves the brutal murder of a Hungarian immigrant. It is decidedly vicious in nature, something for the most part, still unheard of in Victorian England. So begins the story An Echo of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Punch Escrow by Tal Klein

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It is the 22nd century and the world is a rather interesting place. Governments, having led the world into one too many disastrous world wars,  have been basically replaced by powerful corporations that keep the economy flowing and everyone happy … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Deadly Betrothal by Fiona Buckley (Ursula Blanchard #15)

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Ursula Blanchard is summoned back to Court, and is immediately thrust into the intrigues surrounding the question of Queen Elizabeth’s possible marriage to a French noble. So begins the latest novel by Fiona Buckley, A Deadly Betrothal. The illegitimate daughter … Continue reading

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Book Review: Without Fear or Favor by Robert K. Tanenbaum

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The latest in the Karp-Ciampi series, Without Fear or Favor, by Robert Tanenbaum, is a seat of your pants thriller ripped from today’s most sensational headlines.The City is rife with stoked anger, and racial violence. The new cast of characters … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Irrationalist (The Tragic Murder of Rene Descartes) by Andrew Pessin

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One of the more important aspects of any historical fiction is that the novel impart some knowledge. The Irrationalist, by Andrew Pessin meets that demand and then some. Written as both a murder mystery, as well as a discourse on … Continue reading

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Book Review: On Copper Street by Chris Nickson

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A thief is killed less than a day after his release form prison. A firebrand socialist is found dead in his room. Acid is thrown on two children in a bakery. So begins the crime thriller  On Copper Street, By Chris … Continue reading

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