Monthly Archives: September 2016

Cover Love; Part 9 – Umbrellas

I find myself attracted to certain kinds of covers.  Covers are, after all, the way the publisher ‘hooks’ the reader into choosing one book over countless others. In this, my ninth installment of ‘Cover Love‘, I’d like to show you some books from my … Continue reading

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“The lady vanished” by Gretta Mulrooney – Book Review

Don’t you just LOVE starting a new series?  When you enjoy the first book and you just KNOW that there are many more enjoyable reading hours ahead?   “The lady vanished” introduces the protagonist Tyrone Swift.  Tyrone was once a … Continue reading

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Hello September (Fictionophile updates)

Where did the summer go?  I hope everyone enjoyed the weather and the company of family and friends. I spent a lot of time reading this summer.  It was the first summer of my retirement and I relished every minute. … Continue reading

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