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The Kind Worth Killing - Peter Swanson

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Or, In Which The ABC Amsterdam Staff Makes An Extremely Strong Showing PeterL: The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson.  About cheating couples with money and killing urges and double identities.  A little like Gone Girl, “leest als een trein”. Jesse: …

What We're Reading August 2015

What We’re Reading

Or, In Which Our New Colleague Daniele Makes His First Appearance. Tiemen: The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers. Immensely fun space opera that doesn’t, for once, revolve around massive space battles and explosions. Lynn:  Lila by …

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The Amalgamated This Just In

Five Recently-Arrived Titles From A Variety Of Sections: “Because who doesn’t love an underdog?  Or an ideal, self-sacrificing teammate?  And it’s also nice to see that someone always has to come in last, even when they might have been pumped full of …

The Fatal Eggs - Michael Bulgakov

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Or, In Which We Collectively Display Quite A Breadth of Genres Read   Martijn: Personal by Lee Child.  Jack Reacher is doing his thing again.  Must be well past 50, but it doesn’t bother him in the slightest. Pleun: The Cellar …

The Sugar Book - Damon Gameau

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Or, In Which The Rest Of Us Make a Concerted Effort To Counter Tjeerd’s All-Encompassing Literary Gluttony. Pleun: Before We Met – Lucie Whitehouse (ebook) PeterL:  No Name Lane – Howard Linskey (ebook).  “A novel that takes police procedural, serial killer, whodunnit and thriller and …