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Something exciting and engaging: Dharma Kelleher

By Roz DeKett A quote from the great American novelist Toni Morrison circulates often on the internet, at least among writers: “If there’s a book you really want to read but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write … Continue reading

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Sometimes you need to do something different: Kate Ellis

By Roz DeKett Kate Ellis is nothing if not prolific. The House of Eyes, just published, is the twentieth novel in her Wesley Peterson series of crime novels set in the South West of England. She has five crime novels … Continue reading

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A different kind of book each time: Lisa Lutz

By Roz DeKett “This book is a blueprint for what I would do if I were running from the law,” Lisa Lutz says. The Passenger is Lisa’s ninth book, a  crime thriller published on March 1, 2016 by Simon & … Continue reading

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