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The Ultimate gumshoe tribute

In our last two posts, we took a look at authors pouring new wine into old wineskins by writing new stories featuring the characters of writers who are no longer with us.  These revivals are are worthy reads, but perhaps … Continue reading

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Thrills, Chills, Romance

In “Patriot” by Ted Bell, Alex Hawke thwarts Puti-Put’s latest plot to destroy the free world (they even kidnap his kid. Sheesh).  In “The Solomon Curse” by Clive Cussler, Sam and Remi Fargo seek to recover Tsunami-sunken treasure in the Pacific.  … Continue reading

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