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Book Note: The Abyssinian Proof

Just as the golden city astride the Bosphorus has lured a string of conquerors – Greeks, Romans, and Ottomans most notable – Constantinople lures writers of mysteries.  Cultural crossroads, repurposed houses of worship and sects with more in common than … Continue reading

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Book Note: Bangkok Tattoo

John Burdett – yet another lawyer living the John Grisham dream.  I’m not familiar enough with either man to say who first chucked the law in favor of novels, but, for his sake, I’m glad John Burdett did.  You can … Continue reading

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