Monthly Archives: August 2017

Frauds FTW!

Fakes, Frauds, and Flimflammery: Even More of the World’s Most Outrageous Scams, by Andreas Schroeder Some history on Andreas Schroder that I picked up from Google: Since 1991, Andreas Schroeder has been a regular on the very popular national CBC-Radio … Continue reading

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When Watching the Movie Version is Totally Worth It

The Outsiders, S. E. Hinton One of the most surprising things about this book is not that it was written by a woman, but that she was a teenager at the time she wrote it. It has such amazing insight … Continue reading

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The Detective Romance … a new genre? Sign me up.

The Perfect Stranger, Megan Miranda Why does it seem that in every story about a single woman embroiled in a mystery, especially if there is an element of personal danger, there is a handsome, unattached police officer with whom she … Continue reading

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