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review 2017-01-06 11:10
India Black, Madam of Espionage #1
India Black - Carol K. Carr

India Black was so much more than I expected, I absolutely adored this book. India is a wonderful, sassy, hilarious & brilliant character, plus she has this devil may care attitude which is perfect being that she's a madam.


I'll admit I did a little happy dance when I discovered that there is more adventures. Ridiculously excited to get my digits onto those!!


4 Stars.

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text 2016-04-13 01:38
Death Rays and the Popular Media, 1876-1939: A Study of Directed Energy Weapons in Fact, Fiction and Film - William J. Fanning Jr.

The subject was interesting, but the book itself wasn't. It's a good resource for someone interested in the history of ray weapons, but not a pleasure read by any stretch of the imagination.



Copy sent for review.

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review 2012-12-10 00:00
Haunted London - Thornbury Walter 1828-1876 TEMPLE BAR, 1761.ILLUSTRATED BY F. W. FAIRHOLT, F.S.A.One day when Fuseli and Haydon were walking together, they reached the summit of a hill whence they could catch a glimpse of St. Paul’s.There was the grey dome looming out by fits through rolling drifts of murky smoke. The two little lion-like men stood watching “the sublime canopy that shrouds the city of the world.”[1] Now it spread and seethed like the incense from Moloch’s furnace; now it lifted and thinned into the purer blue, like the waft of some great sacrifice, or settled down to deeper and gloomier grandeur over “the vastness of modern Babylon.” That brown cloud hid a huge ants’ nest teeming with three millions of people. That dome, with its golden coronet and cross, rose like the globe in an emperor’s hand—a type of the civilisation, and power, and Christianity of England.
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