Tag Archives: mysteries

Why I Write by Tara Randel

One of the first things people ask me when I tell them I’m an author is, “What do you write?” And since I love my job, I’m happy to tell them. But before I continue, I need to go back … Continue reading

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Father Brown versus Father Brown

Watching the BBC’s Father Brown on Netflix on my computer. Opinion by Jim Denney I’ve been reading G. K. Chesterton’s Father Brown detective stories while also viewing the BBC television series Father Brown on Netflix. That’s probably a bad idea. … Continue reading

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On Predictability

I’ve been reading through this book for the last week and a half (long book + slow reader [me] = 2 weeks). It was billed as a mystery when it first came out a few years ago, and although I’m … Continue reading

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