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Crime
Ann Ronald

Still Night in L.A.

Still Night in L.A. The techniques employed by a talented minimalist poet in order to craft a work of fiction are well worth discussing. Aram

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British Authors
Ann Ronald

What She Left

What She Left These characters are not likeable at all!!! Not a single man or woman in T. R. Richmond’s novel, What She Left, is

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Rise of the Red Queen

The Rise of the Red Queen Normally I avoid reviewing books written by friends, so I didn’t write a “Bookin’ for Sunny” piece about Bourne

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

Murder on the Last Frontier

Murder on the Last Frontier Cathy Pegau has begun a delectable new murder mystery series featuring, Charlotte Brody, an intrepid 1920s protagonist who has fled

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Tahoe Blue Fire

Tahoe Blue Fire – An Owen McKenna Mystery Thriller I’ve been reviewing Owen McKenna Tahoe mysteries for several years now and almost all have been

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Mystery
Ann Ronald

Mystery Bound Game Wardens

Stone Cold by C. J. Box and The Precipice by Paul Doiron As I was reading and reviewing Paul Doiron’s first four Mike Bowditch mysteries

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Miss Timmins' School for Girls
Fiction
Ann Ronald

Miss Timmins’ School for Girls

Miss Timmins’ School for Girls Miss Timmins’ School for Girls braces ongoing colonialism against intrusive modernity in surprisingly innovative ways. Set in late twentieth-century India,

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Girl on the Train

A novel of neuroses, The Girl on the Train will drive a sane reader mad. Paula Hawkins has created three psychologically damaged women to tell

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British Authors
Ann Ronald

Resorting to Murder

Resorting to Murder: Holiday Mysteries Not long ago I described a new series for “Bookin’ with Sunny” readers. Poisoned Pen Press is offering British Library

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Fiction
Dan Erwine

Moonbird Boy

Moonbird Boy is the fourth in a series of five mystery novels by Abigail Padgett, published as a series in the mid-1990s. All five novels

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Books on books
Ann Ronald

The Bookman’s Tale

The Bookman’s Tale, A Novel of Obsession Among the many novels speculating about William Shakespeare’s dramatic roots, Charlie Lovett’s The Bookman’s Tale stands as one

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