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    Adam Nevill's "The Reddening"

    (Another Horror novel with UK locales reminiscent of a Gentelmen-ish film I recently viewed, with an added supernatural flourish.)

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    *Sorry, despite the cover it contains no.. Wherewoofs.
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    Bump!

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    "First Strike" by Christopher G. Nuttall

    (First of a new series... sci/fi... out of this world naming and alien descriptions.)

    [If choosing audio... Jeffery Kafer narrates.]

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    "Risk" by Steffen Kopetzky

    Also highly recommended by the same author: Propaganda

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    "Out of the Dark" by David Weber

    (Hacking, Iran, Invasion, Aliens... Oh my! Very nice Science Fiction Novel IMHO.)


    (Decent narration for audio book form by Charles Keating)

    Halloween Fair!
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    Cay Rademacher "The Murderer in Ruins" / "The Wolf Children" / "The Forger"

    As a journalist for GEO magazine, Cay was once tasked with writing an article about Hamburg in the 1940s. The idea was to explore daily life in the British-Occupied city. When he began to scrutinize the actions, efforts and records of the police force at that time, the information he uncovered piqued his interest. It wasn’t just the lives of the police during that period that caught his eye but the sorts of crimes they investigated. The most prominent was a murder case that went unsolved and which, once he researched it, Cay Rademacher decided that he couldn’t rest until he had written about.

    Writing about an unsolved murder case from the WWII era wasn’t exactly within the purview of the assignment he had been given. So the author decided to explore the murder in fiction. This led to the publication of ‘The Murderer in the Ruins’, the first book in the ‘Inspector Frank Stave’ series. What should have been a standalone story ballooned into a trilogy that put cay Rademacher on the publishing map. The author’s books provide a unique perspective into daily life in the 1940s.

    Cay delves into the despair that was rife in the aftermath of the war, the optimism that eventually blossomed as economic transformations manifested, and all the murder that never stopped happening despite the nature of the times.

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    Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey

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    "Florida Man" by Mike Baron

    (Southern Humor... couldn't stop laughing last night!)


    [Well worth the excellent narration by R.C. Bray in audio book format!]

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    Disgusting political stuffs.

    Several books are open in addition to two Kindle things.

    Not that it's any of your business.
    “Think about how stupid the average person is, and then realize that half of 'em are stupider than that.” -George Carlin

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    Im reading forum section of a torrent site.

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