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Apr.14.2013
An Extract from CAPABLE OF MURDER - A Belinda Lawrence Mystery. This is the setting in Bath Abbey, Somerset. Late afternoon found Belinda in Bath. She bought some food for her supper and as she scurried across the Abbey Churchyard, the rain eased and faint rays of sunlight lit up the facade of...
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Mar.24.2013
  ***** Mystery writing at its very best. March 24, 2013 By John J. Alaimo Format:Kindle Edition  I became an avid fan of Brian Kavanagh after reading this, his first novel. Like all successful writers of mystery books, he immerses you in another time and place and nothing is ever what it...
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Mar.22.2013
  ****Above Average Murder Mystery 22 Mar 2013 By Miss H. B. Grimmette  - Published on Amazon.com Format: Kindle Edition I enjoy elaborate murder mysteries, particularly when the murderer has a signature move. The inclusion of medieval history and religious elements make this far more...
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Mar.07.2013
 **** An excellent English mystery with keeps you guessing' 7 Mar 2013 By Helen This is a new author to me and I really like his style. This is a truly great murder mystery. The author was excellent at building tension and creating vivid pictures of the various crime scenes which made it...
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Mar.06.2013
I'm delighted that the National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard is to be the new venue for the popular one day event, CSI Portsmouth 2013, part of Portsmouth BookFest to be held on Saturday 2 November. CSI Portsmouth 2013 will be held in the Princess Royal Gallery at the...
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Jan.29.2013
The fourth in the DI Andy Horton marine mystery crime series, Dead Man's Wharf, is to be published in China within the next couple of weeks by Nanhai Publishing Company of Haikou. Nanhai Publishing bought translation rights to six novels in the DI Horton series published in the UK, Commonwealth...
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Jan.28.2013
Having read my stats and discovered that people actually look at my page occasionally, I really am going to try to check in more often.  This time I have a plug to make, but I'll try to disguise it with a general consideration of ebooks.  If I really thought they were going to replace...
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Jan.17.2013
I’m currently researching my next novel, the third in the Silas Quinn series. In fact, I’m reaching the stage where I’m thinking about putting the history books to one side and doing some actual writing. The first thing I will have to do is turn the rather loose outline I submitted to my...
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Nov.22.2012
1. Mina in Italian means “mine” (as in the explosive device). Mina is also a famous Italian chanteuse. Only one of these could be said to be apt. 2. Mina does things on impulse. She occasionally wishes that she didn’t. 3. Mina’s not infallible, she gets things wrong. Often. 4. Mina would like to...
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Nov.19.2012
    I've read a lot of books by Ruth Rendell.  And by Rendell writing as Barbara Vine.  But it had been a few years since I last read one of her books. No particular reason - I just hadn't. One good thing, though, about a true master, especially one as prolific...