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Book Review: One Corpse Too Many, by Ellis Peters

I love reading crime fiction novels. It’s interesting to read books in that genre that have been set in a time where detection depended on observation and instinct more than science and fingerprints and tests and what not. My bestie found Ellis Peters’ books at our favorite bookstore, and we bought this one.

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Book Review: Vanara, by Anand Neelakantan

I love mythology and especially Indian mythology. I’ve read the Ramayana and about the fight between Baali and Sugreeva in which Rama kills the former. But that’s all I have read about the Vanara brothers. When I came across this book, I loved the cover art, and the story it promised, so bought it!

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Book Review: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, by JK Rowling

Being the middle book exactly in a seven book series, this book was expected to move the series forward. Trelawney’s prediction and what transpired after at the end of Prisoner of Azkaban brought some expectation of the book plot wise as well, and made me eager to read it.

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