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The Disappeared, by M. R. Hall

  The Disappeared I was very much looking forward to the second outing of THE CORONER, otherwise known as Jenny Cooper. Although I certainly enjoyed THE DISAPPEARED, I don't think it quite matches up to the promise of the earlier … Continue reading

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Bloodprint, by Kitty Sewell

  Bloodprint "The past won't be silenced forever" runs the line on the cover of this steamy book. Madeleine lives on a houseboat in Florida with her husband and childhood sweetheart Forrest, but tragedy strikes very early on in the … Continue reading

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The Coroner, by M. R. Hall

  The Coroner The main character of THE CORONER is not a woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown, she a woman in the full process of breaking apart. This is one of the many factors that makes this … Continue reading

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Ice trap, by Kitty Sewell

Ice Trap The first chapter of ICE TRAP is a compelling account of a young boy's solo hunting trip in the snowy sub-Arctic wastes. By the chapter's end, he has been attacked by a polar bear and we don't know … Continue reading

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