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A Sense of Place – TEXAS 1

TEXAS: CREATING A LONE STAR SENSE OF PLACE FOR GRITTY CRIME NOVELS By Jim Nesbitt Part 1. When I was a journalist, I roved the border between Texas and Mexico in search of stories about a rugged region that is … Continue reading

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The RIGHT WRONG NUMBER – Jim Nesbitt

Beware of old flames when the fire’s gone out, you can still be burned on the coals when she phones long after midnight and offers you money and sex. Especially when you should know better. Ed Earl Burch says no, … Continue reading

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