The Last Assassination
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Bookshelf | The Last Assassination

As the title suggests,  The Last Assassination by James E. Doucette is a hard-to-put-down thriller that fits the genre. It tells about a father who uses his connections and military skills to get his son out of a predicament.  The […]

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Bookshelf | The Girl With the Phony Name

The Girl With the Phony Name  (1992) by Charles Mathes, St. Martin’s Press I have bought this book from BookSale about fifteen years ago and have left it here in Moncada. After cleaning the house and settled in, I found this book among […]

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Espresso Shot

Espresso Shot by Cleo Coyle, 2008 Ever since I got hold of my first copy of the Coffeehouse Mystery series, I try my best to get the rest of them. Recently, I just finished reading the e-book version of Espresso […]

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Danger.Com @2 – Firestorm

One of the rare finds I had recently was a copy of Danger.Com series number 2 entitled Firestorm. The tagline of the whole series lies on the front cover which got me hooked: “Surfing the Internet can be hazardous to […]

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The CBS Murders

 The CBS Murders by Richard Hammer (1987) is a non-fiction book that documents the senseless killing of three employees from CBS. It was Monday after Easter, 12 April 1982, at the parking lot of Pier Ninety-two, Margaret Barbera, a bookkeeper, […]

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Ordeal By Innocence

Ordeal By Innocence, (1958) by Agatha Christie I think I mentioned before that Ordeal By Innocence, the 1958 novel of my idol, Agatha Christie, is the first book I’ve read among Christie’s long list of novels. I was on my […]

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Cat Among the Pigeons

I’ve heard about this Christie’s book during a brainstorming session with my colleagues in the film industry many years ago. Last year, I got hold of an e-book version and recently, I read this using my cellphone’s text reader. Cat […]

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