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The Black Dahlia by James Ellroy
The Black Dahlia by James Ellroy
Ellroy spins a complex tale around two cops investigating the infamous Black Dahlia murder case of the 1940s, a fictional tale that solves the unsolved murder. Lots of police brutality. Probably the most violent book I've ever read. I don't go for violence, but the thing was so well done, so confident and real, that it kept me going til the end.
Marvin Wanted More! by Joseph Theobald
Marvin Wanted More! by Joseph Theobald
5.0 out of 5 stars Kids laughed out loud, 20 Jun 2013
Marvin doesn't like being smaller than the other sheep so he eats until he's bigger than them. The only problem is, Marvin doesn't know when to stop! Very good picture book.
A way through the wood by Nigel Balchin
A way through the wood by Nigel Balchin
When his wife accidentally kills the cleaning lady's husband in a night-time hit-and-run, upstanding magistrate Jim Manning must decide whether to cover it up or come clean. The catch is, Jim has just discovered she was with her lover Bill Bule at the time of the accident, driving his fancy car. The incident reveals the deep cracks in Jim and Jill's relationship and questions how well they really know each other.