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Review: The Dogs of Riga by Henning Mankell

Another Kurt Wallander novel.  This one is set in the early ’90s.  Dead bodies in a life raft wash up on shore outside of Ystad and Wallander is called in to investigate.  They discover the life raft probably came from … Continue reading

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Review:Faceless Killers by Henning Mankell

This is the first of the Kurt Wallander books.  These have been made into a TV show in the UK starring Kenneth Branagh. They also have a young Tom Hiddleston in them.  This book is about a shocking killing in … Continue reading

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Review: Zealot by Reza Aslan

I’ve known for a long time that Jesus was a revolutionary figure. And, that the historical Jesus was alive during turbulent times in Palestine. And, even before Resa Aslan made the circuit of TV talk shows where he defended his … Continue reading

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Art of Tea: Celectial Seasonings Green Tea

I love tea. And, I’ve been way into tea lately. I love coffee, too, but it’s become more of a special occasion drink for me. Tea is for every day; it is for all day. So, I was excited when … Continue reading

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Meatless Monday: two-lentil Chili from fresh from the vegan slow cooker

When I got home from this year’s LSA I didn’t really feel like going to the grocery store. Thankfully, I had storage vegetables, dried lentils and tins of veg in my cupboard. I had everything I needed for two-lentil chili … Continue reading

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Review: Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter

I picked this up because i saw a preview for the movie and i thought i might enjoy the book. And, i did. Abraham lincoln as a young man is introduced to the horror that is vampirism. He then discovered … Continue reading

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Review: Under the Never Sky

In a terrible dystopian future some of the human race lives in computer run pods where most of their lives are luved in cyber space. Tge rest of humanity lives in tribes out in the elementscwhere superstorms rake the landscape. … Continue reading

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Review: A wrinkle in Time

This book was one I remember liking as a child ( although, the wind in the door has stuck with me more) and when I realized my sister hadn’t read I suggested we read it for the pod sat we’re … Continue reading

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