Monthly Archives: July 2013

Jeffery Deaver’s “The Kill Room”

Jeffery Deaver’s newest thriller, The Kill Room, is not what I expected; it’s better. International intrigue, moral issues involved in new kinds of wars, drone kills, rogue government bureaucrats hiring killers to clean up crime scenes, the military-corporate world and some … Continue reading

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Tricia Knowles

My Enchanté column about Tricia Knowles She’s animated when the speaks. Her eyes do a great deal of her talking. Tricia Knowles is a freelance writer and promoter of the arts. You may know her as a former radio personality. … Continue reading

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Mysteries locked in stone

(My EMC News column from July 11, 2013 By Mark Bergin They go by names like Cloghboola Beg, Carrigagulla, Gortanimil, Reanascreena, Derreentaggart and Ardgroom. Through the veil of time, stone circles and burial dolmens remain a mystery. There are stone … Continue reading

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