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THE BOOK OF MIRRORS – E.O.Chirovici

Truth is in the eyes of the beholders. For every sliver of a broken mirror there is a slightly different reality. The unsolved murder of psychologist Professor Joseph Wieber in Princeton in 1987 resurfaces when literary agent Peter Katz receives … Continue reading

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NEVER GO ALONE – Denison Hatch

Denison Hatch has done it again. The second in the Jake Rivett Series is as riveting as the first. As breathtaking, as heart-hammering and as page-turning, but there is also the skein of a love story threaded into the fabric … Continue reading

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TEN DAYS – Gillian Slovo

A novel of monumental quality; exploring the depths of human political greed and ambition, and the results of small misjudgements which lead to life-changing disasters. The ripple effects go far beyond the thrones of power to lap on the shores … Continue reading

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The JACK CALLUM Detective Trilogy – Maynard Sims

The wonderful thing about trilogies, when you have thoroughly loved the first one, there are more to come. And with this one, two more could never be enough! I felt rather lost when, in quick succession, I finished the third. … Continue reading

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The Mystery of the THREE ORCHIDS – Augusto de Angelis

If you are looking for a quaint whodunit in the Christie fireside style, the father of Italian crime writing, as he is sometimes known, Augusto De Angelis, will be right up your street. The Mystery of the Three Orchids is … Continue reading

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BLIND SIGHT -Carol O’Connell

In an oddly stuttering narrative, but very realistic action and thoughts, Carol O’Connell has an original way of putting the picture together. This is Series No. 12, featuring her tough, scary, prickly, female detective, Kathleen Mallory. A blind child, feeling … Continue reading

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The DEAD AMERICAN – Jake Needham

Disneyland with the death penalty, somebody once called it. That’s Singapore, a city-state, sketched for us through the eyes of Inspector Samuel Tay, suspended from duty after a self-defence shooting, with time on his hands, between much coffee and cigarette … Continue reading

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The PHARAOH’S SECRET – Clive Cussler & Graham Brown

Clive Cussler seems not to have lost the magic of his previous adventures when he hooks up with other writers, like in this case Graham Brown, as have some other story factories that I could name. This one is a … Continue reading

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MIDNIGHT SUN – Jo Nesbo

  This prolific Norwegian thriller writer is better known for his bestselling Harry Hole series which continue to grip his myriad fans across the globe. I am one such, and have reviewed several in the Writer’s Workshop review blog, Book … Continue reading

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THE SPECIAL DEAD – Lin Anderson

There are three traditional ways to kill a witch: hang her, drown her or burn her. Beautiful witch, Leila Hardy, practices Sex Magick, creating the strongest possible circumstances whereby a most fervent wish by the partner would come true. However, … Continue reading

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