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Digital News: Ted Lewis’ Jack Carter Trilogy

I was browsing Amazon this morning and came across two upcoming Kindle titles for Ted Lewis’  Jack Carter Trilogy: “Get Carter” aka “Jack’s Return Home” (1971) and Jack Carter’s Law (1974). Both to be released in Fall 2014. Update: Paul, … Continue reading

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Saturday Crime News

Brief post with links for Saturday, in the “just in case you missed it” department: I read two articles by Jo Nesbo – Jo Nesbo at The Guardian explains how his father fighting for the Nazi’s was the inspiration behind … Continue reading

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Why Books in Series Should Standalone or Why I don’t Care to Read In Order

I am a big fan of reading series book out of order.  I’ve been doing it that way for years. In mystery, more than half the books you read will most likely be apart of a series.  The standalone novel … Continue reading

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Recent Discoveries, Additions to the Library and Best Book So Far and Other Stuff

Hope everyone had a great weekend. I thought I’d do a quick post on the books I’ve read so far this year. There’s only one book in this list published in 2014 so take note: I like to read older … Continue reading

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