Just For Fun: Shakespearean Insult Generator

April is the month of The Bard, especially since he lived and died on the same day (April 23rd). So, how literary were you last month?? Hmmmm?? Well, don’t worry if your wordcount is low and your TBR is high as the end of the month approaches … You could revisit some of Shakespeare’s works…

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INFOGRAPHIC: Agatha Christie Novels Decoded

If you are a crime fiction aficionado, then chances are you will have read at least ONE Agatha Christie novel! (In fact, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE has turned up several times in this very site’s BEST OF 3 reader recommendations! Check them out, HERE). Most famous for her detective characters Hercule Poirot and Miss…

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BEST OF 3: Edwina Tyrrell

Death Comes to Pemberley by P.D. James Why I like it: I do love a period drama and there’s nothing better than an Austen-based one! A murder mystery continuation to Pride and Prejudice, P.D James gives a clever crime account as well as keeping to the Austen style. It’s like a Law and Order episode with…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author Peter James

So, who are you & what have you written? I’m Peter James and I’ve written 28 books, including twelve in my Brighton-based Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series. I was a film producer for many years but I realized in 2005, shortly after making the film I’m most proud of, Merchant Of Venice with Al Pacino…

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