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Synopsis: Discover what REALLY happens in the police. Is the discovery of a headless corpse the work of a serial killer? When do police & paramedics fall out? Who killed Yoda? What is a Death Fart? Why do some criminals think they are ‘worth it’? Who invented the Crying Machine? How do you beat … Continue reading Review: Police, Lies and Alibis by John Donoghue
Synopsis: Ask a woman about her hair, and she just might tell you the story of her life. Ask a whole bunch of women about their hair, and you could get a history of the world. Surprising, insightful, frequently funny, and always forthright, the essays in Me, My Hair, and I are reflections and revelations … Continue reading Me, My Hair and I by Elizabeth Benedict
Fiona Corrigan sometimes has difficulty discerning between the reality of stage and real life, especially when it comes to the attentions of her handsome co-star, the dark, brooding, Patrick Berenger. Before they can depart for Edinburgh for their next performance, Patrick and Fiona’s acting troupe are mysteriously summoned to a remote village in Scotland, … Continue reading Free on Kindle for this Weekend Only!
Quelle horreur! My old Kindle died a death this weekend, it was purchased in 2009 and I suspect that this was probably a long time coming so I tried not to be too upset about its demise. I failed miserably, of course. I f*ing loved that thing! It kept freezing and forcing me to reset … Continue reading The Death of a Kindle
There are currently 15 books on my review TBR list and they're starting to scare me so I've pledged to myself not to add any more until I've finished a few! There's no way I'll stick to that pledge but hey, worth a shot. I don't think I have any of the same titles from … Continue reading My TBR List is Beginning to Scare Me
Synopsis: In New York City, an underground society of supernatural beings exists, hidden among everyday humans. They don’t know of our activities or any of our secrets. The districts of the Works are made up of vampires, wolves, shifters, witches, and I’m in the fifth and arguably most important district, the Patchwork. My father is … Continue reading Review: Pieces (Patchworks book #1) by T. Aleo