Daily Archives: March 15, 2019

On The Creation Of Genres

How does one know when one has created a new genre of anything?  This is not as easy a question to answer as one may think.  To be sure, there are genres of literature and music that have been deliberately … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Otter Of Death

The Otter Of Death (A Gunn Zoo Mystery #5), by Betty Webb This is the point where the Gunn Zoo mysteries stopped being any fun to read.  In fact, the political nature of this book made the rest of the … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Llama Of Death

The Llama Of Death (A Gun Zoo Mystery #3), by Betty Webb When I read this book my first thoughts were that the book was enjoyable and somewhat dark, a tale about the strange connections between people and the way … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Puffin Of Death

The Puffin Of Death:  A Gunn Zoo Mystery #4, by Betty Webb This is the fourth book in a series, and the first one I have read.  My library doesn’t happen to have the entire series and it’s not quite … Continue reading

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