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RENNIE AIRTH – The Novels Between The Two World Wars

The United States entered as combatants late in World War I.  The French and the British on one side and the Germans on the other side engaged in trench warfare, living in rain and ice-filled trenches for years.  The Germans … Continue reading

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CARA BLACK ON A DIFFERENT KIND OF WAR – When The Enemy Lives Next Door

On Monday, October 17, guest blogger James Benn, author of the Billy Boyle mysteries set during World War II, posted a very interesting look at the things that were developed to meet the needs of soldiers in the war in … Continue reading

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BETWEEN SILK AND CYANIDE – One Of The Best Books I Have Read

Over the past year, a number of books have been written by British and European writers who place at the core of the mystery the increasing interest by the young in the neo-Nazi movement.  World War II still has a … Continue reading

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Cara Black: The Raids on the Marais and the denial by the Vichy Government

Cara Black is the author of  books set in various sections of Paris. The series begins with MURDER IN THE MARAIS, the old Jewish Quarter.  Aimee Leduc and her business partner, Rene, are on the cutting edge of internet security … Continue reading

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Guest Post: DEADLY SLIPPER – Michelle Wan

Today, a guest post from Condorena – a Delaware physician, born in Chile, who loves mystery stories set in exotic locations, and spending time with her grandchildren. Julian Wood is pottering in his workroom when he gets a call from … Continue reading

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