Monthly Archives: February 2018

MISSING PERSONS (DCI Morton # 5.) – Daniel & Sean Campbell

Longboats on the London waterways – often moving berths to save money, or to avoid people you don’t want to find you – can be a headache to the law when your are trying to locate a murderer. When a … Continue reading

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SERENITY – Craig A. Hart

Retired to his old hometown of Serenity, Michigan, aging ex-boxer, Shelby Alexander’s latest troubles, and our exciting warmblooded read, start from page one when the sister of a local drug-dealing family gang dies in his yard on a freezing cold … Continue reading

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FORGOTTEN – Neven Carr

An enjoyable read, the first in the exciting ‘Araneya Series’, involving a ruthless band of Italian-Australian ex-Vietnam Vets out to silence a child witness when it appears that her trauma-induced lost memory might be returning. Young teacher, Claudia Cabriatti does … Continue reading

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THE ATLANTIS RIDDLE – Kevin Tumlinson

TWO STONES, FOUND SIXTY YEARS APART, AND BOTH HOLDING CLUES TO WHAT MAY BE THE LOST CITY OF ATLANTIS Enjoyed this, #2 in the Dan Kotler Series. I found it more credible than the first, which I did indeed enjoy, … Continue reading

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