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The Suitable Inheritor by Pushpendra Mehta

Pushpendra Mehta kindly sent me a copy of his debut novel, The Suitable Inheritor and asked me to review the book. I like and respect Pushpendra and am always a little wary about reviewing a book in these circumstances. I am always honest, even if the author is a friend or acquaintance. This sometimesĀ causes problems! …

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A New Direction for Espionage Thrillers by guest author Terrence Crimmins

Back in the day, as they say, the principal backdrop for espionage novels was the Cold War. John Le Carreā€™s thriller, The Spy Who Came in From the Cold, had a memorable title that brings up the fears and feelings of that genre, where the reader was enthralled with curiosity about the mysterious world behind …

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