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I Kid You Not: The Boys are the Clue…

The Stranger (2020) This is the second Netflix mini series that we’ve watched that was adapted from Harlan Coben’s books. I won’t go into the twists of turns of the plot, but needless to say it’s a good binge watch. … Continue reading

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When the Author Becomes the Avenging Angel

Harlan Coben (January 4, 1962) There aren’t many novels that can grab me from the first paragraph and keep me riveted to the final page. Harlan Coben‘s “Gone for Good” did that, over the weekend. Three days before her death, … Continue reading

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Take a Brooding Male, Add a Little Gossip: What do You Have?

Pride and Prejudice (1995 BBC Series) Call me ‘old school’. This is the only adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic novel that works for me. Set in 1812 (at the beginning of the War of 1812-14), it tells the tale of … Continue reading

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