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Seaside shorts By Joan Taylor-Rowan The Solstice Shorts festival coming to Hastings on 21st December was started by award-winning independent publisher Arachne Press in Greenwich on the shortest day of the year (21st December) in 2014. “The Greenwich and shortest…
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Chipped Pearls: Elvira Slate Investigations Book Two By Helen JaceyShedunnit Productions (December 2019), £ Review by Susan De Muth I took Helen Jacey’s latest murder mystery starring Elvira Slate (the world’s first 1940s feminist sleuth) on holiday and couldn’t put it…
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Night Boat to Tangier By Kevin BarryCanongate Books (HB, 214pp) Review by Dave Young Charlie Redmond & Morris Hearne, drug dealers and users, late of Cork, wait into the night at the Algeciras ferry terminal, ostensibly searching for Dilly, Charlie’s…
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HIP READ: Murmur

By Will Eaves Published by CB Editions, 2018 Review by Howard Colyer “One day ladies will take their computers for walks in the park and tell each other, My little computer said such a funny thing this morning!” So Alan Turing…
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