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Poet in the Gutter by John F. Baker
Poet in the Gutter by John F. Baker
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Poet in the Gutter is incredibly good reading and everyone should read John Baker. He is an exciting voice in the world of crime fiction. I was engrossed reading this page turner and would read anything by him again.
Cathedral of Lies by John Pye
Cathedral of Lies by John Pye
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
John Pye is a Master of the Game; he has written such a convincingly professional and accomplished first novel it beggars belief. From the start we are gripped by the facts of the book. It is no disappointment as the events unfold before our very eyes and what a great trip this is taking us abroad for more action in Belgium. The storyline is so well executed and thought out that our minds are delighted by his ingenuity. If this is his first novel, my God we want more. The man is a genius and leaves us wondering if that just maybe it is the copper that can execute the perfect crime. After all he would be able to preempt a lot of the detection and so avoid capture. Full Marks for this one. We… Read more
A Virtual Love by Andrew Blackman
A Virtual Love by Andrew Blackman
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I found this book up to date and of our age. It followed the life of blogger Jeff Brennan and was concerned with his online identity which was quite separate from the real person. The book deals with the new virtual lives we can all lead and it questions this 'reality'. Are we in fact wasting our time leading such a virtual life where all is sham and maybe even meaningless? A central image in the book is of an old clock so important to Jeff's grandfather and important too to the book's structure. This book is about time and how we spend it. How pointless it would be to end up living a purely virtual life, and also this book concentrates on how these 'lives' can collide, the actual and the… Read more