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  1. Bubbles_Barker

    DRACA

    Review by Bubbles Barker I rarely read fiction but I confess to enjoying reminders that fiction is worth it whenever they come around. The author of ‘Draca’ is Geoffrey Gudgion, a retired RN officer of 11 years’ service who then dabbled in marketing before becoming a freelance consultant and...
  2. Themanwho

    The Shot

    Written by the creator of one of the finest anti heroes, Bernie Gunther, this book is a departure from Kerr’s normal stomping grounds. I will refrain from delving into the book to illustrate what points I have, as to do so might ruin other readers’ enjoyment, so for once this will be a blessedly...
  3. ancienturion

    The Bastille Spy

    In 1789, Attica Morgan an English spy, dressed in rags has been captured by slave traders and is held in a slave market in St Petersburg where her hidden weapons enable her to release herself, kill the guard and enable the escape of one Gaspard de Mayennes and several female slaves. After...
  4. Auld-Yin

    The Inheritance of Solomon Farthing

    This is a very quirky but very enjoyable book. The eponymous hero is an Heir Hunter based in Edinburgh who is very down on his luck, owing money to some very dodgy people when he comes across a case, handed to him by his friendly local plod. This gives him a chance to get in front, identify...
  5. untallguy

    The Fox

    The Fox is Frederick Forsyth’s first novel in five years and is centred around a teenage computer hacker with unparalleled ability who is used by the British government as a weapon against opposing regimes. This hacker, codenamed ‘The Fox’ by the agent assigned to handle him, is realised to be a...
  6. old_fat_and_hairy

    The Boy Who Saw

    In a small and ancient town in France, an elderlt tailor is murdered, brutally. A slogan on the wall of his shop - written in German and in his blood - 'Finishing What was Begun'. The grandaughter of the dead man and her son have also been left a cryptic message from the tailor and as a result...
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