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  1. This is an article about my upcoming thriller, Gun Kiss, published in Divine Magazine. The novel will be released by Imajin Books in Canada. Divine Magazine Best wishes, Khaled
  2. So I read this because so many members of the book swapping club I belonged to had requested it and I came across a copy at a thrift store for a dollar so I thought why not? It was hard for me to get into and to try to relate to this woman. It took til about page 200 for me to kind of get into it which is 2/3's of the book already. Some parts were hard to read but I think it was because it was chuck full of brutally honest, no apologies feelings and the vivid sometimes gruesome descriptions of her past. What I will say is that though her writing and what she expresses didn't al
  3. T Coraghessan Boyle is not as well known on this side of the Atlantic as I believe he deserves to be, and is one of the few modern writers I can think of who seems equally at home with short stories, where he cut his teeth in the 1980s, and longer novels. A little like Steinbeck, Boyle's writing often studies is the regular Joes of California. Inevitably, however, Boyle's characters are very different from Steinbeck; his focus is the baby boom generation of aging hippies. Previous books have been set on communes (Drop City, may favourite from what I've read of his) and dope farms (Budding
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