“Dear Philomena”, M.S. Spencer

  Chincoteague is one of a pair of barrier islands off the coast of Virginia.  Its eastern sister, Assateague, is the actual home of the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge and of the ponies made famous in Marguerite Henry’s children’s books (remember Misty of Chincoteague?). Chincoteague has a long, colorful history. First settled possibly by freed... Continue Reading →

In the Cold, Dark Ground, by Stuart MacBRIDE

With the imminent death of Aberdeen’s crime boss, McRae is drawn into the takeover battle between crime leaders from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Liverpool and Birmingham. But he is compromised by a financial deal made years ago. Faced also with the inevitable prospect of taking life support from his girlfriend, his mind in in a mess.... Continue Reading →

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