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Make Your Presentation Outstanding with These Tips

Are you feeling stressed about your upcoming presentation? We don’t blame you. Public speaking is among the top phobias experienced in modern society. The thought of standing in front of a crowd and speaking creates anxiety in the speaker if…

5 Most Common Crimes in The US.

The US is a big country, and has billions of people living here. As a result, crimes are pretty common despite their being laws. Over the years, certain types of crimes have become more common, let’s have a look at…

FICTION: Mother Dearest by Kitty Cermak

It was the blood that woke Edie up that morning. The blood, and the agonising pain that she hadn’t missed in the last three months. It was her first period since the miscarriage, and being the first it was also…

FICTION: Mrs. Hamilton by Frank Byrns

“So let me just cut the bullshit and get right to the reason I called – how you set for work these days?” “You know me, Al – I’m always working, but I could always use some more.” “That’s what…

FICTION: With A Name by Michael McGlade

I hadn’t seen Harry Ficco since he was popped in the nuts by a ginger midget. Vicious little bastard: the midget, not Ficco. Had it coming for what he did. Shouldn’t have slept with the midget’s wife. But Ficco wasn’t…

FICTION: The Amazing Antoinette By J. J. Sinisi

For a brief moment, the dead flowers sprouting from Tabitha’s white vase swayed in a placid rhythm, circling with each thump, an accord so succinct it was as though the bookshelf below it had disappeared and the banging and yelling…

Read & Appreciated in 2015: Brian Lindenmuth

This year, for the first time in many years, I read what I wanted to. When the Spinetingler Awards were still active I focused on current mystery/crime fiction releases (with an eye towards the smaller label stuff) at the exclusion…

Saints of New York by R.J. Ellory — review

This lengthy novel could easily have been split into two or three books: a police procedural, a psychological study of a troubled man, or even a look into the lives of a troubled family or two. Instead, it wraps up…

Read & Appreciated in 2015: Craig McNeely

by Craig McNeely Read & Appreciated in 2015 While I’m a voracious reader, I certainly don’t claim to have read every good book this year. I look forward to all of the other 2015 releases that I’ll end up discovering…

Read & Appreciated in 2015: Gabino Iglesias

by Gabino Iglesias Best Crime Reads of 2015: I didn’t get to read as much crime as I wanted in 2015, but the quality of the stuff I read made up for it. Here are, in no particular order, the…

Read & Appreciated in 2015: Chris Irvin

by Chris Irvin My favorite books of 2015 Bull Mountain by Brian Panowich: A southern family crime saga smartly packed into 300 pages. Possibly my book of the year, I love it not only for the story, but for its…

Read & Appreciated in 2015: Peter Rozovsky

by Peter Rozovsky My best-of-2015 includes fiction and non-fiction, domestic and imported, and one novel published in 2014, but the writer was new to me, so he still makes the cut: Women Crime Writers: Eight Suspense Novels of the 1940a…

Read & Appreciated in 2015: Sean Ferguson

by Sean Ferguson 2015 In Review In No Particular Order The New and Improved Romie Futch by Julia Elliott The Center for Cybernetic Neuroscience in Atlanta has the magic touch. After some implants and procedures they are able to make…

FICTION: Holes by Rob Pierce

Everybody looks the same, ain’t no fuckin movie stars here. You want pretty? Get a mirror, ain’t nobody pretty. You ain’t got money and you look like everyone else. If you’re lucky you wind up fuckin someone just as ugly…

FICTION: Blood from a Stone by Liam Sweeny

Skip-tracing is an inglorious vocation. Sure, the money’s okay, but only if you’re good. Same goes for job security. But nobody wants to know what you do. Well, maybe they do, like if you were a cop, but there’s always…

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