Monthly Archives: July 2016

“Private London” by James Patterson and Mark Pearson

I picked this up in a charity shop in York because of the principal author, James Patterson and the title Private London. Another book in the Private series; Private Berlin was a real page turner of a thriller. Private London … Continue reading

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“A Philosophical Investigation” by Philip Kerr

A crime novel with a philosophical twist and a dash of sci-fi. A book written in 1992 but set in 2013, imagines an Orwellian world where potential serial killers are pre-determined by a controversial program. Wittgenstein (a principle character in … Continue reading

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