Book Review: Gables Court – Sun, Celibacy and Exclamation Points

“I didn’t get my money.” “I know. I didn’t send it.” “Are you playing games with me?” she asked angrily. “I thought you wanted to help me!” “I do. How does $ 5000 sound?” Kate repeated the number, then silence. “Are you still there?” Samuel asked. “Yeah… What do I have to do? Marry you?... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Silence of Knowing – Zee Germans Are Coming

"We had a mystery in our lives - our father - and it was thrilling. Nobody but Mum knew anything about him, not even Gran and Granddad, so we knew he must have been a war hero, probably a spy. All Mum would tell us was that he had had to go away to another... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Literature® – Big Brother is Writing

"What a lot of people don't appreciate these days is that as recently as the first half of the last century, what they called literature was a very, very different thing to the thing we have now. Almost no resemblance at all." - Literature® (Locations 26-27) The Plot From Amazon: Billy is a bookworm himself,... Continue Reading →

Book Review: On the Canvas of My Soul – She came in like a wrecking ball

I look up. A man is staring at me. Slowly he kneels. I reach out. He’s no illusion. I can touch him and he doesn’t disappear. I study his face – a foreign face, smiling and frowning at the same time, as if he is about to cry. He sees something in me. Is it... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Vic Boyo, Doofus Detective – A Dame, Two Murders & Several Idiots

He held his black fedora in his hands and twitched his mouth nervously. He wasn't tall at all and wore a narrow, false-looking mustache. His thinning hair was oily and combed back from his wide brow. I couldn't help but notice a bulge in his suit, but he wasn't happy to see me. - Vic... Continue Reading →

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