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Review: Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes

Here’s the description from Goodreads.com: Detective Gabriella Versado has seen a lot of bodies, but this one is unique even by Detroit’s standards: half-boy, half-deer, somehow fused. The cops nickname him “Bambi,” but as stranger and more disturbing bodies are … Continue reading

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Review: The Invention of Murder by Judith Flanders

Here’s the description from Goodreads.com: Murder in the nineteenth century was rare. But murder as sensation and entertainment became ubiquitous, with cold-blooded killings transformed into novels, broadsides, ballads, opera, and melodrama—even into puppet shows and performing dog-acts. Detective fiction and … Continue reading

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Review: The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes

Here’s the description from the back of the book: Harper Curtis is a killer who stepped out of the past.  Kirby Mazrachi is the girl who was never meant to have a future. Kirby is the last shining girl, one … Continue reading

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