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Shuichi Yoshida’s Villain: #CrimeFiction at Its Best and a Kaleidoscope of Modern #Japanese Society

“Crimes as serious as murder should have strong emotions behind them.”  – George Orwell Crime fiction, especially the Nordic Noir type, has been my favourite genre of reading for a number of years. Every time I go to a book … Continue reading

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The Dinner – Disturbing, yet Dangerously Addictive

I bought the book only a couple of weeks ago, largely because it was set in Amsterdam, a city I adore. From the blurb I knew that there was a crime committed somewhere so it fell nicely in the genre … Continue reading

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Another Year of an #IndieAuthor’s Life: #Reading, #Writing & #Friendships

Yes, it’s that time of the year again – TIME to reflect on the year 2013, its ups and downs, good and bad, achievements and failings, and more importantly look forward to a New Year. It’s not just getting older … Continue reading

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“Everyone Burns” – Entertaining, Engaging Detective Story set in Enchanting Thailand

My Rating: 5 stars I love Samui in the wee small hours. I especially love it on nights like this when the while moon stares down from the blackness like the pockmarked eye of a blind god. At such times, … Continue reading

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