Tag Archives: Murder

BOOK REVIEW – I Am Not A Serial Killer by Dan Wells

By Marty Mulrooney


Aimed at teenage readers, I Am Not A Serial Killer is Dan Wells’ debut novel. Yet, like all good books should be, it can be read and enjoyed by older readers too. That’s right! Parents who thought Harry Potter encouraged witchcraft, you now have something else to moan about. Because I have just read a book aimed at younger readers that is scary, funny and perhaps most importantly, all about serial killers. It is also so well written that as a twenty-something Stephen King fan, I can still appreciate it.

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TV REVIEW – A Nero Wolfe Mystery (A&E)

 By Stewie Sutherland

Nero Wolfe

With Sherlock Holmes taking over the big screen, I decided to re-watch one of my favourite shows that first got me into mysteries. If Holmes and Watson were the classical-persons detectives, Nero Wolfe and Archie Goodwin were the more modern representations. Well, to a degree. Set 80 years ago, A Nero Wolfe Mystery was a short run (2 series only) show of the famous detectives created by Rex Stout.

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