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FICTION: Deadhead by Victoria Briggs

After a morning spent calling piñata companies, and having her custom refused by every one, Rosalind was resigned to either constructing her own or doing without. How hard could it be to make a piñata? She assumed there would be tissue paper and paste required. There would be paints. Paints she could always hustle from

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BOOK REVIEW: Sherlock Holmes: The Counterfeit Detective by Stuart Douglas

I have a confession to make. About a quarter of the way through reading Sherlock Holmes: The Counterfeit Detective I closed the book and said to nobody in particular, “What’s the point? What is the point of a new Sherlock Holmes novel?” There are four original Sherlock Holmes novels and 56 Sherlock Holmes short stories,

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