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mystery novel

Sex, Murder and a Double Latte, by Kyra Davis

by Derwood Hunsdale-Talbot on September 16, 2008




This chick-lit concoction will keep you sipping into the wee hours… The chick lit mystery is a complicated blend to pull off, but Krya Davis’s debut novel Sex Murder and a Double Latte does it right: just enough foam to be fun, with plenty of jolts along the way to keep it exciting. Mm hmm! […]

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And Then There Were None for Nintendo Wii, by Agatha Christie

by Derwood Hunsdale-Talbot on August 15, 2008




A Non-Gaming Bookworm Reviews “Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None” for Nintendo Wii A Bookworm’s Journey from the Novel to The Nunchuck Hi, I’m a tech illiterate book worm, and this is my review of Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None for the Nintendo Wii. Basically, I am a mystery buff book worm […]

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Rebecca, by Daphne DuMarurier

by Derwood Hunsdale-Talbot on July 11, 2008




Once in awhile we have to do a throwback to a novel not of this century. Yes, we have to. But that’s OK because this one is about one of my all time favorites: Rebecca by Daphne Du Marurier (1938). It is the only book I have ever stayed up all night to finish just […]

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