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Daylight Savings Time, Part III By David Lohrey

P.K.’s assistant, the guy famous in the office for banging secretaries against the wall of the powder room in the office’s main corridor, a guy named Nate Binswanger, told me to get over it. What exactly “it” meant to him, I wouldn’t know, but it pertained to my sulky attitude, he said, following the death

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BOOK REVIEW: The Road to Grantchester by James Runcie

This is written prior to Sidney being a priest and a detective in the well-known TV Series. He is a young man off to war and the horror, trials and traumas that comes with such a burden. During this time Sidney and a group of other young men are sent to find some engineers, who

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BOOK REVIEW: Scorched Earth by David Mark

David Mark is an established writer, with a number of Detective McAvoy novels preceding this one. This book is not for the faint hearted: with a violent murder within the first few pages with minute observation to detail. Mark doesn’t hold back to entrap the reader and I found I was gripped and connected to

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