A Narrow Victory by Faith Martin

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I liked the intriguing murder and plot, which was well developed, offering little in the way of suspects, but plenty of frustration for the investigators. Description Once again, ex-DI Hillary Greene is delving into the archives, trying to discover who killed an interior designer at a swanky New Year’s Eve Party in 1999. Somebody clearly … Continue reading "A Narrow Victory by Faith Martin"

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When Hollywood lent a helping hand

Carrie Fisher

A year ago this week, the wonderful Carrie Fisher passed away. My earliest memory of her is Princess Leia in the original Star Wars trilogy, but it was her TV interviews with Clive James that helped me discover and appreciate her wit, intelligence and delightfully acerbic sense of humour. This lady was sharp, irreverent and … Continue reading "When Hollywood lent a helping hand"

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Fifty Years of Fear by Ross Greenwood

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December 2017 Ross Greenwood’s a talented, thoughtful writer, who brings to life the rather sad story of Vincent, who suffers many tragedies and challenges during the course of the story. Description Could you forgive murder? What if it was something worse? A childhood accident robs Vincent of his memories, causing him to become sensitive and … Continue reading "Fifty Years of Fear by Ross Greenwood"

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