Agatha: The Real Life of Agatha Christie, by Anne Martinetti, Guillaume Lebeau, and Alexandre Franc

Agatha stumbled across my path by happy accident. While scrolling through the Guardian books section one break time, I found myself reading Rachel Cooke’s review of this graphic biography and thought it a wonderfully novel idea. I filed it away somewhere in my memory banks, then coincidentally came face to face with it a month […]

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Eat That Frog! by Brian Tracy

I found this book incredibly inspirational. It’s bite-size, at 2 hours 40 minutes listening time, but that’s all to the good as I imagine I’ll listen to it several times over. I first came across it some months back in an Audible sale, and from reading the blurb came away with the wrong impression of […]

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Triumph of Justice by Daniel Petrocelli

Triumph of Justice is my third foray into the OJ Simpson trial, following Marcia Clark’s Without a Doubt and Jeffrey Toobin’s The Run of His Life: The People versus O.J. Simpson. Unlike those texts, Triumph of Justice focuses on Simpson’s civil trial rather than the unsuccessful criminal trial, and was penned by Daniel Petrocelli, the […]

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Guns by Stephen King

As a huge Stephen King fan, Guns was the first Kindle Single I ever bought, way back in May 2013. It’s languished at the back of my Kindle since then, waiting for the right moment, which recently presented itself in the form of a gargantuan passport control queue. More strongly than with most of Uncle […]

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