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« Reply #2010 on: March 22, 2018, 02:47:44 PM »

Ye-es! 6 of 1. 6 mystery novels and 1 mystery short story collection.

Gil North
Brit
Sergeant Cluff Stands Firm
1st in the Cluff series
Hero: Brit
Place: North Yorkshire (U.K.)
Time: Past
And if you'd rather see it, then read it, then check out the TV series Cluff with Leslie Sands.


M.J. Arlidge
Brit
Little Boy Blue
5th in the Detective Helen Grace series
Heroine: Brit
Place: Southampton (U.K.)
Time: Present


Kjell Eriksson
Swede
award winner
Stone Coffin
Ebba Segerberg, translator
7th in the Ann Lindell series
Heroine: Swede
Place: Sweden and Spain
Time: Present


Gavin Fossum
Norwegian
award winner
Hell Fire
12th in the Inspector Sejer series
Hero: ex-pat Dane
Place: Norway
Time: 2010s


Penny Richards
American
An Untimely Frost
1st in the Lilly Long series
Sequel: Though There be Madness (May, 2017)
50 more fiction
Heroine: American
Place: Illinois (U.S.A.)
Time: 1880s


Rob McCarthy
Brit
1st novel
The Hollow Men
1st in the Dr. Henry Kent series
Hero: Brit
Place: London (U.K.)
Time: Present

And the short story collection

Serpents in Eden :
Countryside Crimes
Martin Edwards, editor
Heroes: Brits
Place: U.K.
Time: Past

Next time: A half dozen more or a half dozen graphic novels


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« Reply #2011 on: April 05, 2018, 09:48:45 AM »



Basically an advertisement for Cult Epics line of movies, mostly just reprints of the liner notes. But there are a lot of movies here that would appeal to this crowd (including DEATH BED: THE BED THAT EATS, DRILLER KILLER, SCHOOL OF THE HOLY BEAST, the NEKROMANTIC series...). A former contributor here (not me) wrote one of the essays.
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« Reply #2012 on: April 06, 2018, 05:35:34 PM »

Ye-es!

And a half dozen of the other or graphic novels.

All-new, all-different Avengers.
v.1. The magnificent 7 -- v.2. Family business

The teenagers
Sam "Nova" Alexander, Miles "Spider-man" Morales, and Kamala "Ms. Marvel" Khan
join forces with . . .

The adults
Jane  "Goddess Thor" Foster, Tony "Ironman" Stark, Sam "Captain America" Wilson, and Vision.

v.1. Combining issues #1-#6 + Free Comic Book Day 2015 -- v.2. Combining issues #7-#12 + Free Comic Book Day 2016.


Assassins Creed : Templars
v.1. Black Cross
collecting issues #1-#5


Ms. Marvel
v.1. No normal -- v.2. Generation why -- v.3. Crushed -- v.4. Last days -- v.5. Super famous
v.1. issues #1-#5 -- v.2.  issues #6-#11 -- v.3. issues #12-#15 + SHIELD 2 -- v.4. issues #16-#19 + Spiderman #7-#8 v.5. issues #1-#6 (2015)


Moon Girls and Devil Dinosaur
v.1. BFF collecting issues #1-#6
With Phobos the youngest characters in the Marvel Universe


Rocket Raccoon and Groot
v.2 Civil War II collecting issues #7-#10 + the 1st appearance of Rocket.


Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre
in the Magna Classic series
And if you'd rather see it then read it, it has been made into several films and TV series.


Next time: 6 of 1 or 6 non-fiction and 1 fiction
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« Reply #2013 on: April 10, 2018, 09:27:02 PM »


THE FISHERMAN'S TOMB - THE TRUE STORY OF THE VATICAN'S SECRET SEARCH by John O'Neill

I've been wading through two very hefty books of late, so when this slim title I ordered from Amazon came in I ditched the bio of James Madison and finished O'Neill's book in three days!  This is like one of my novels come to life, a true story of a dangerous and highly secret excavation carried out beneath the massive Basilica  of St. Peter in Rome to determine the answer to a question that had plagued the Church for centuries:  Did the mortal remains of St. Peter really reside there, on Vatican Hill?  Full of intrigue, wartime drama, personal feuds, and amazing discoveries, this is a first rate, real life Biblical archeology thriller!
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« Reply #2015 on: April 11, 2018, 05:29:07 PM »

rereading" lamb: the gospel according to biff, christ's childhood pal "  by christopher moore.
   
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« Reply #2016 on: April 14, 2018, 09:54:44 AM »



Maybe I shouldn't list this as it's mostly a recipe book, but there are a lot of stories, history and techniques. I want to get into mixing more cocktails.
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« Reply #2017 on: April 19, 2018, 02:02:54 PM »

rev, you should check out " the dead rabbit" and " the drunken botanist", both have recipes and lots of history, and both are pretty funny at times too. Cheers
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« Reply #2018 on: April 19, 2018, 02:08:13 PM »

rev, you should check out " the dead rabbit" and " the drunken botanist", both have recipes and lots of history, and both are pretty funny at times too. Cheers

Thank you for the recommendation. What I really want to start out is a quick recipe guide with all the common drinks in an easy to locate format! I'm enjoying "Death & Co." but its definitely aimed at professionals. Many of the cocktails require ridiculously rare ingredients (infused agave nectar or somesuch).
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« Reply #2019 on: April 19, 2018, 02:35:54 PM »

ah, i see. for that you want what is known in the biz as the red book. the real title is mr. boston's official bartender's guide. check ebay, there's usually used copies at a decent price. mine was published in the late 70's, it's beat to death and filled with scraps of paper with recipes i invented, i should probably get a new copy, lol!
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« Reply #2020 on: April 19, 2018, 04:30:54 PM »

"Fiasco: A History of Hollywood's Most Iconic Flops" by James Robert Parish
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