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Just the Facts

Chicago by David Mamet attracted my attention at the library because I grew-up just blocks from the northern border of “my kind of town”. It also interested me because of Mamet’s well-known plays. Surprisingly, I almost quit reading the book … Continue reading

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Regnad Kcin

Lucky Bastard by S. G. Browne is a really funny book.  A lifelong fan of “noir”, I marveled at this clever story about a young man with the ability to steal other people’s luck simply by shaking their hand.  Along the … Continue reading

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Noir Christmas?

I’ve wrapped up my Christmas reading with a witty new book by Ken Harmon entitled The Fat Man, A Tale of North Pole Noir. Coming away from Christmas feeling like a bell rung one too many times, I spent the … Continue reading

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