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“The Spellman Files” – Where is the Moral Line?

Book Review : The Spellman Files by Lisa Lutz Spoiler Alert! Izzy Spellman is a private detective working in the family business. In fact, Izzy has been working for the family since she was twelve, and now she is twenty-eight. … Continue reading

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“A Lesson In Secrets” – Historical Fiction Has a Broader Perspective Than a Textbook

Book Review : A Lesson In Secrets, A Maisi Dobbs Novel by Jacqueline Winspear The Maisie Dobbs novels span from the end of WWI to the cusp of WWII in the most recent addition, A Lesson In Secrets. I have … Continue reading

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