Category Archives: mystery

The Books of Anne George

Some time ago my cousin, Bridget, lent me two old paperbacks that were written by a friend of hers, Anne George. I was reading another book at the time, so I put them on a bookshelf, and there they sat … Continue reading

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The Fall of Moscow Station – a Great Read

I just finished reading The Fall of Moscow Station. If you enjoy geo-political intrigue, chasing spies, catching bad guys, you will love this latest thriller by Mark Henshaw, himself a former Red Cell analyst. I’m ready for the next installment in … Continue reading

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February’s Book Club Book

Our neighborhood book club chose The Late, Lamented Molly Marx for our February meeting. Was it a murder? Was it an accident? It was one of those books that leaves a lot of hints about “who done it”, but doesn’t … Continue reading

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Three New Books I Can’t Wait to Read

Yesterday I had coffee with my daughter and my cousin at our  favorite bookstore. While browsing, I found more books that I wanted to read than I have time for anytime soon. These three stood out to me as the ones I … Continue reading

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