Tag: mystery


The Misty Hills Do you ever wonder why there are fewer bugs on your windshield when you go for a drive these days? There is a reason. I tried to write this morning. Got up at five, long before the rest of the family, but nothing came out. That’s okay. I continued to plot up […]

Book Review: Double Service, by A.H. Browne

        “Detective Charlie Baker was not in a good mood.” Thus begins the story. What to call Double Service? A World War II mystery? A love story? Rather than give a proper review, I’d like to delve into the editing process behind this book, given that I, Trent P. Lewin, edited the thing. That’s right. […]

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