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The Coldest Case, Bruno Novel 15

The Coldest Case is the most recent, Bruno, Chief of Police novel, from Martin Walker. I’ve been anxiously awaiting its arrival since I first heard it was coming out. On the holiday Monday I was up at the McNally Robinson store at The Forks. I asked when the book was coming in and was told it would arrive at the Grant Park location the next day. I immediately reserved a copy. They said there were only four copies coming in, and…Continue readingThe Coldest Case, Bruno Novel 15

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March Fiction Reading Round Up

If February was a poor month with only four books read, March is a bonanza with nine books read. Part of the reason for that is I had two or three books started at the end of last month, which I finished this month. The other thing is that I had a couple of easy reads this month. Given those two factors I decided I would break my round ups into  March fiction and March non-fiction. The Strong Badger –…Continue readingMarch Fiction Reading Round Up

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Rebus – In a House of Lies – Ian Rankin

Two Friday nights ago, I had a treat. I got the chance to meet one of my favourite writers, Ian Rankin. Rankin was in Winnipeg at McNally Robinson Booksellers, to celebrate the launch of his most recent Rebus novel, In a House of Lies. Before I write about the book itself, I’m going to say a little bit about the evening. Early in the week, McNally Robinson had posted that people needed to arrive early for the 7pm event. I arrived at…Continue readingRebus – In a House of Lies – Ian Rankin