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Weekly update: I work with Spider-Man, not for Spider-Man!

Greetings, Gothamites!

It’s a great time for TV shows and in coming weeks I’ll be discussing my thoughts on the latest seasons of Stranger Things, Queer Eye and Orange Is the New Black. I’ve watched OITNB for many years, but never reviewed it because I wanted it to be something I just enjoyed rather than analysed. However, with this season being the final one, I feel like I’d like to delve in to discuss how I feel about the end of the era. Continue reading Weekly update: I work with Spider-Man, not for Spider-Man!

The Girl Who Lived by Christopher Greyson (2017)

Review by CJ

Page count:
329

Format:
eBook

ASIN/ISBN:
B076FNQWTF / 978-1-68399-303-2

 

Ten years ago Faith escaped from the person that killed her father, sister, best friend and best friend’s mother. Now, she is the girl who lived only to jump from one institution to another. After her most recent release from a mental health institution, Faith returns to her hometown and believes that she sees the man responsible for her life’s turmoil — the problem is that he saw her too.

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Jack of Hearts by Christopher Greyson (2017)

Review by CJ

Page count:
238

ISBN:
9781683990734

Jack Stratton is headed to Florida for fun in the sun and to introduce girlfriend Alice to his parents. What he doesn’t expect is to be nominated by his mother to help her book club solve the mystery of the garden ornament thief. When the mystery takes a deadly turn, will Jack be able to protect his family or will he have to fold?

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And Then She Was Gone by Christopher Greyson (2016)

Review by CJ

and-then-she-was-gone
Page count:
255

Format:
eBook

ISBN:
978-1-68399-001-7

 

Jack Stratton is 17-year-old aspiring police officer with a troubled past. Raised by a prostitute mother who abandoned him, Jack now has two loving parents and an extended foster family. So when his former foster mother, Aunt Haddie, asks him to look into the disappearance of Stacy Shaw, Jack doesn’t hesitate.

The son of Aunt Haddie’s neighbour and friend has been collared in connection with Stacy’s disappearance, but this doesn’t sit well with Jack. Can Jack discover the truth or will he lose everything on a wild goose chase?

And Then She Was Gone is the sixth Detective Jack Stratton Mystery novel and first in the series chronology.

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