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Book Review: The Habit of Widowhood by Robert Barnard

Tra-la-la!  Robert Barnard makes murder look so easy.  And so tidy.  (But rather upsetting.) These seventeen stories of twisty turned plots make short work of winter evenings for you.  Try to limit yourself to just one a night to make … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Little Local Murder by Robert Barnard

Robert Barnard was born in 1936 and died this September 2013.  I wasn’t familiar with his work and grabbed one on a recommendation.  It was a lucky library grab—turns out to be the first “crime” novel he wrote. I’m not … Continue reading

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