Daily Archives: January 2, 2014


Embracing my hidden greenie in The Greenland Breach

Title: The Greenland Breach Author: Bernard Besson (translated by Julie Rose) Genre: thriller, political, international espionage Standalone or series: I believe this is standalone but I could be wrong (I hope there is more to come) Publisher: Le French Book   Blurb:  A cracking ice cap, rival multinationals, cutthroat espionage… […]

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Odd Koontz: How my first foray into Koontz left me bewildered and disappointed

How my first foray into Koontz world left me bewildered and disappointed   Everyone I know who has read Dean Koontz raves about him, so needless to say, I was really keen to be reading my first ever Koontz novel. The man is a master – one of those… No […]


Odd Koontz: How my first foray into Koontz left me bewildered and disappointed 2

How my first foray into Koontz world left me bewildered and disappointed   Everyone I know who has read Dean Koontz raves about him, so needless to say, I was really keen to be reading my first ever Koontz novel. The man is a master – one of those great […]

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