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February
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C.L. Stone
February 2019
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I first encountered Mrs. Pilcher at a time of crisis in my life - my first marriage was breaking up, and I was struggling wit...
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This is a pot-boiler. Poor Mary Barton.
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my goodness - at this point, I don’t know which time-keeping device is creepier: the millennium-countdown clock from Gerard S...
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four tales left, and his novel called The Mind-Murders in the near future. everything very Zen.
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An Overnight Billionaire…When Carson Frost inherits a confectionary that rakes in billions but is too cash-strapped to last a...
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Along with Sleeping Murder and Why Didn't They Ask Evans?, I will be re-reading this collection of Christie mysteries. The Si...
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'But I don't like policemen. Some people feel the same about cats. Always know the instant one comes into the room, and begin...
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"Actually I can't remember if her name is Perkins or not, but Augusta always calls downstairs housemaids Perkins, whatever th...
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Poirot might choose to sit in a chair, put the tips of his fingers together, and set his grey cells whirring to work while hi...
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shall try to finish it tonight, even though I’m a bit under the weather. the book takes my mind off sniffles, though. it’s a ...
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Poirot paid no attention to this plea. "Have we got a murder at all? You say - the stepmother - but I reply that the stepmoth...
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I love Crime & Mystery novels set in hotels; add Maigret, and I’ll check in and sign the register.
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by Judy Leigh I really enjoyed the author's previous book and was looking forward to another fun adventure with this one. T...