Monthly Archives: May 2015

FICTION: Moving On by J. E. Seymour

May 28, 2015
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Sally knew this was a bad thing when she saw the news. “This is Tiffany Edwards at the Burntwood WalMart, where a quick-thinking customer stopped a robbery.” The big guy behind Tiffany was what Sally was worried about. He was smiling for the camera for all of the state of New Hampshire to see,...

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The Farm by Tom Rob Smith — review

May 21, 2015
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This novel has many of the aspects of banality, but it is anything but trite. In fact, it bristles with originality. The plot centers on Daniel, the homosexual son of a couple who worked hard all their lives only to end up with almost nothing because of investments destroyed during poor economic times. They...

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Killer by Jonathan Kellerman — review

May 20, 2015
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After many years of training and working in hospitals, followed by establishing his private practice, Dr. Alex Delaware was contacted by a family court judge with a new approach: He was asked to undertake work ascertaining the facts surrounding divorce proceedings, evaluating the effects on children. Specifically a particularly complicated case. Alex was hesitant...

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Moving Target by J.A. Jance — review

May 18, 2015
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The usual setting of an Arizona mystery is not enough to keep Ali Reynolds and B. Simpson busy, so in this entry in the long-standing series, they have to solve two murder/mysteries on both sides of the Atlantic. And on this side, it isn’t even in Arizona, but in Texas, where a brainy young...

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FICTION: Jenny by Angel Luis Colon

May 4, 2015
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Billy showed up at Eric’s double wide around four in the morning with a mule and a rucksack full of dildos. “Ain’t a mule.” Billy tied the animal to the trailer’s stair rail. “Just a plain old donkey.” He lit a Winston and smiled. “Got me a financial plan’ll blow your socks off.” He...

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