Farenheit 1385

A Burnable Book by Bruce Holsinger In the streets of London men are singing the songs of the death of kings. These songs are purported to come from a book, an ancient book that has foretold the death of every King of England from William the Conqueror to the current...

It’s a Long Way Down

Careless in Red by Elizabeth George It has often been said that work is the best cure for grief. No matter how far he walks along the coastlines of Cornwall Detective Superintendent Thomas Lynley cannot seem to escape the senseless death of his wife, gunned down in...

Murder Most English

Wicked Autumn by G.M. Malliet Why would someone want to kill Wanda Batton-Smythe? It’s true that she was bossy, brusque, and overbearing. It’s true that she ran the local Women’s institute like a dictator. It’s true that she bullied her way...

All is Fowl in Love and War

Love Among the Chickens by P.G. Wodehouse Stanley Featherstonehaugh Ukridge, “A stout fellow in both the physical and moral sense of the words, […] It had always been my experience that, when Ukridge was around, things began to happen swiftly and...

Up the Creek Without a….

Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog) by Jerome k. Jerome ‘What we want is rest,’ said Harris. ‘Rest and a complete change,’ said George. ‘The overstrain upon our brains has produced a general depression throughout the system....
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