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KIlled with a Borrowed Knife


Killed with A Borrowed Knife: Agent Ai: Michael Wreford George Quant is a complex character that narrates much of the story as he shares his experiences as an undercover agent. The plot is complex and there are many flashbacks to events that happened during the aftermath of the Cambodian Civil War and places that the … Continue reading

TEEN AUTHOR HITS GOLD


The Sparks: Kyle Prue Power, control, fear, greed, insecurity, hate, and even intense hostility can cause people to react and act in dangerous ways. Within the society and world created by teen author Kyle Prue many social issues are brought to light. Hate is a powerful word and can be created from anger, fear or … Continue reading

Fairly Certain


Fairly Certain: Deborah Ann Davis What would you do if you were supposed to go on vacation with your friends but an odd accident sends you into a dreamlike world that you might not ever want to leave? When Petir takes a nasty fall and finds himself flat on the ground when he awakens or … Continue reading

Escalation


Escalation: Stephen Tremp Conflict escalation is the theme of the third in the Chase Manhattan series as author Stephen Tremp takes readers to many different parts of the world dealing with technology that is so new and so fragile that almost anything can happen and it does. The process by which a situation or conflict … Continue reading

Media Justice


Media Justice: Dennis Carstens What would happen if the news was delivered without bias, slant or the direct viewpoint of the commentator? What would happen if the media treated the public as intelligent human beings and not complacent citizens not capable of comprehending what they are reporting or stating? The story begins with a group … Continue reading

How would Agatha Solve these murders?


Murder a la Christie: Mary Levinson What can be dangerous about joining a book club? What could happen when the members meet to discuss the novels of Agatha Christie? Professor Lexie Driscoll has been asked to conduct and moderate the first meeting of the Golden Age of Mystery book club. Finding herself in an upscale … Continue reading

Murder the Tey Way


Murder Tey Way: Marilyn Levinson Author Marilyn Levinson once again uses a great mystery writer as her model for Murder Tey Way. Josephine Tey was a great mystery writer whose primary trademark was focusing on the facial expressions of her suspects. The novel she spotlights at the start of the book is The Daughter of … Continue reading

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