Tag: murder

Oct 02

Book Review: Gone Girl

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn Half epistolary, half true-crime-style narrative, this book amazed and compelled me. It starts out when Amy, Nick’s wife, has gone missing. Nick dutifully calls the police, then starts to fall apart as the evidence that he murdered Amy piles up. Amy’s story begins in her journal, as she tells about …

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Jul 27

Book Review: The Lying Game

The Lying Game by Sara Shepard I really liked this book, despite the ridiculous premise. Sutton Mercer is dead, and she follows in ghost form her long-lost twin Emma. Emma is summoned to Tucson, hoping she’ll meet Sutton, only to discover that Sutton has been murdered and her killers want Emma to pretend to be …

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Feb 07

Book Review: The Murder of the Century

The Murder of the Century: The Gilded Age Crime that Scandalized a City and Sparked the Tabloid Wars by Paul Collins I listened to this book on the recommendation of someone at Audible, who said I would like it on account of I liked THE POISONER’S HANDBOOK. I did like it, but I can’t say …

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Dec 10

Faerie Killer: Chapter Twenty-Eight

Chapter Twenty-Eight   Morales sat on his bed with his laptop open on his lap. He hadn’t gotten dressed yet, even though it was almost nine pm. The sun wouldn’t be safely below the horizon for another twenty minutes. He felt irritated that he’d been cooped up all day, trying ineffectively to track down the …

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Nov 12

Faerie Killer: Chapter Twenty Four

Chapter Twenty-Four   Morales picked up his new partner in a café across the street from the bus station in the warehouse district. It wasn’t a nice area of town, even during the day, although safe enough for a vampire. He wondered why this Kier guy picked it. Trying to impress him with how tough …

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