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Travelling to the Edge of the World – A Review.

Travelling to the Edge of the World by Kathleen Jones, available on Amazon US and Amazon UK and from other book sellers. “There is even a word for the smell of rain.” Jones has written yet another wonderfully interesting and … Continue reading

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Docherty – A Review.

Docherty by William McIlvanney (25 November 1936 – 5 December 2015). Available on Amazon US, Amazon UK and from many other book sellers. “An awesome wee man,” Andra Crawford said. Who better to craft the saga of the Docherty mining … Continue reading

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4 Years Trapped in My Mind Palace – A Review.

4 Years Trapped in My Mind Palace – by  Johan Twiss. Available on Amazon US and Amazon UK and elsewhere. He was gone,  “his saxophone, Betty, strapped around his neck…” When first I decided to read this book, I was curious … Continue reading

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Her Secret Rose – A Review.

Her Secret Rose by Orna Ross – available on Amazon US and Amazon UK Into the abyss of themselves… Loreena McKennitt’s singing of two W.B. Yeats poems last evening reminded me I had never done a review of this interesting … Continue reading

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Forsaken Oath – A Review.

Forsaken Oath, A Dana Hargrave legal mystery by V.S. Kemanis,  Available on Amazon US and Amazon UK. Four years ago V.S. Kemanis came to my attention via a Kindle Book Review request, and at that time I was quite impressed … Continue reading

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The Percentages Men – A Review.

The Percentages Men by Brendan Gisby. Available on Amazon US and Amazon UK. Listen up you cubicle captives, statistical parameterizers, percentage purveyors! When we say we are 95% sure that you will like The Percentages Men, we mean that in … Continue reading

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Spill Simmer Falter Wither – A Review.

By Sara Baume. Available on multiple platforms. Beautifully written; disturbing to its core, especially disturbing that so young an author understands so deeply social isolation, loneliness and despair. From Sara Baume’s Prologue: “He is running, running, running. And there’s no … Continue reading

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The Wild Folk – A Review.

The Wild Folk by Flora Kennedy available on Amazon US and Amazon UK and on Barnes and Noble. The enchanting fairy tale woven from seaweed, sea, sand and selkies by Flora Kennedy was a pleasure to read. Sibilant alliteration throughout the … Continue reading

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Falling Star – A Review.

Falling Star (The Watchers Book 1) by Philip Chen – Available on Amazon US and Amazon UK.  and on Barnes & Noble “The hologram rose out of the plate and the President saw what Johnny Thapaha [Navajo medicine man] had seen … Continue reading

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Hyper – A Review.

Align, Define, Deliver and Reference – useful advice for a change., December 8, 2015 Hyper by Gregory P. Steffine. Available on Amazon US and Amazon UK. If you think you are using “Agile Methodology”, you had better be Nimble and … Continue reading

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