Life by the Sea

This is an encore review. Enjoy! Title: The Sea for Breakfast Author: Lilian Beckwith Setting: Scottish highlands, about 1950s Lillian Beckwith goes to live in tiny Bruach, a village in the Scottish highlands. This is her second book about her adventures there, but I hadn’t read the first and figured everything out just fine. It’s

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The Bone Witch

Title: The Bone Witch Author: Rin Chupeco Tea’s sisters are both witches, so it’s no surprise that she has magical powers. What was surprising was when she raised her brother from the dead. I thought this book was a rather difficult read. I got lost and muddled in the middle of the book. There was

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Criminal Tales

Title: The Devil & Sherlock Holmes: Tales of Murder, Madness and Obsession Author: David Gann Described as “a collection of spellbinding narrative journalism,” this book contains an amazing assortment of stories. From the opening story about the Sherlock Holmes fan who died in real life mysterious circumstances, to the final profile of a truly nasty

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Crossfire by Jon Keys

 Murder, kidnapping and a disappearance. Trooper Rick Anthis could use a break. But he hopes it isn’t too late in coming. Rick Anthis, a forty-five-year-old veteran of the Colorado State Police and his husband, Gabriel Thorkelson, a deputy sheriff in a nearby county, enjoy the peace of their suburban Boulder home, but the neighborhood’s tranquility

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Dim Sum Asylum by Rhys Ford

* Novel-length expansion of original short story found in Charmed & Dangerous anthology. * Welcome to Dim Sum Asylum: a San Francisco where it’s a ho-hum kind of case when a cop has to chase down an enchanted two-foot-tall shrine god statue with an impressive Fu Manchu mustache that’s running around Chinatown, trolling sex magic

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