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Murder in Black and White – by Loretta Jackson and Vickie Britton – Review

The writing sometimes seemed a tad disorganized and all over the place, but you can ignore it easily unless you are a nitpicker. The very first sentence that catches your attention: "With all the...

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Bartholomew Roberts’ Faith (The Voyages of Queen Anne’s Revenge) – by Jeremy McLean – Review

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There are certain aspects about the novel which stood out for me and which I am going to point out here: a) This book is filled with many humorous dialogs: "No, no, the name wasn't the...

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Most common questions about surviving emotional abuse…and the answers – by Michael Mardel and Patrick de Ferreira – Review

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In this day and age, unfortunately that is, emotional abuse in relationships has become more rampant and commonplace than ever. I would probably lose count if I try to remember how many psycho dates...

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Paul O’Leary: overseas adventures – by Michael Mardel – Review

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You can read this book in two ways: as a fictional story on travel and adventure, or as an informative travel guide. Whichever way you go, you are going to find it both entertaining and worth your...

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Iceland Travel Guide: 10 tips You wish You Knew Before Traveling To Iceland – by Truong Vu – Review

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A wonderful, concise and easy-to-follow travel book that really does justice to the beauty of Iceland. I was taken aback when the author said that "When people normally think of Iceland,...

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From Chicken Feet to Crystal Baths: An Englishman’s Travels Throughout China – by Ian Mote – Review

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An excellent travel book on China that goes above and beyond describing the pretty tourist attractions of the country I must say that my fascination for the country grew ever since I watched...

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Crochet Afghans: Discover How to Crochet a Perfect Afghan in Less Than a Day – by Emma Brown – Review

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I have read a few crocheting guides so far but Emma Brown's book "Crochet Afghans: Discover How to Crochet a Perfect Afghan in Less Than a Day" struck quite another chord with me. I have not,...

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Storyteller Walkabout Workbook: write your own historical story in 10 easy lessons – by Michael Mardel – Review

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Anyone who is interested in learning about the art of storytelling without any of the usual 'talk down' found in the books of 'self-styled gurus' should get this ebook. I have not seen a simpler...

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Elsewhen – by Gary Bullock – Review

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A very 'romantic' tale of romance-cum-science fiction containing none of the filth and fluff that the modern day sci-fi books usually have. There is hardly much in terms of 'sexual content' and...

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Dark Beginning (Zoe Dark’s World Book 1) – by Nina Tells – Review

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"To look at me, I was just a girl. I wasn’t too big, five-five on a tall day. I was athletic enough, but by no means a WWE Diva. My curly auburn hair was always in serious need of taming, but there...

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Harry Watt, Bounty Hunter: 2150 AD – And Harry’s Life Just Got More Complicated – by Rob Guy – Review

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A powerful and engaging 'extra terrestrial' adventure - that is how I would describe this book. Harry the bounty hunter is sent on a mission: bringing back a famed hydrologist who's now a fugitive,...

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Pretty Maidens All In a Row – by J.M. Brown – Review

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Could any human being ever write this? As I sat on my armchair, turning page after page, I marveled at the exceptional talent of the author J.M Brown and wondered if it was possible for a human being...