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Book Review: Personal, by Lee Child

When it comes to crime thrillers, one author sits a rung above the rest on the ladder. I’ve read most if not all of the series, and the books are ones I wait for impatiently when I hear of an impending release. Jack Reacher, military cop and the bad good-guy, returns in Lee Child’s latest thriller, “Personal”. Continue reading “Book Review: Personal, by Lee Child”

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Book Review: Lost in Pattaya, by Kishore Modak

Every day, there is some news or the other that is disturbing. From a completely neutral point of view, my heart especially goes out to some. These are events that touch the heart, and make us wonder where life is headed. One of the movies I’ve grown up adoring but hating deals with the subject that Kishore Modak deals with in his novel Lost in Pattaya. To lose someone close to us is always tough. To lose a child is more difficult. It’s hard even to imagine. Continue reading “Book Review: Lost in Pattaya, by Kishore Modak”