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Book Review: The Whistler by John Grisham

I’ve read all of John Grisham’s legal thrillers, but this is the first time I can recall that the focus has been on corrupt judges. Yes, there have been some judges in a couple of his other novels, but this … Continue reading

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Book Club Read: The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman

This book was one of our most popular choices as a book club read. Usually there are a few members who don’t like the month’s choice, but for this book, only one person wasn’t crazy about it. In addition, we … Continue reading

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Book Review: In the Woods by Tana French

Adam, at the age of twelve, disappeared along with his two best friends in the woods near his home in Dublin. Two days later Adam was found standing gripping a tree with his fingernails, his shoes filled with blood, his … Continue reading

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Who Is Cork O’Connor?

The easy answer is: A character created by William Kent Krueger. The tough answer is this: He’s a complicated guy who has grown and developed throughout fifteen novels. He’s not perfect, but very likable. Cork O’Connor was a cop who … Continue reading

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