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by Matt Wharton on September 15, 2012
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by Matt Wharton on July 21, 2012
In this the ninth outing for Lincoln Rhyme he is up against a killer that has turned New York city’s electricity grid on its inhabitants. Not only that The Watchmaker has been spotted arriving in Mexico and Rhyme is offering his assistance in capturing the most dangerous and elusive of his foes.
This is a more personal tale than the last few Lincoln Rhyme novels and he is having thoughts about whether he should remain in his current condition. I enjoyed this book a lot, Jeffrey Deaver rarely disappoints, but it is not one of my favourite Lincoln Rhyme books.
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by Matt Wharton on July 12, 2012
Amy and I decided that we should try to make a real effort to watch more films because it is something that we both love to do that we somehow fell out of the habit of doing. To think back in the days of working at the cinema I was watching around 100 films a year.
We started with a quirky comedy that my brother recommended to me called Jeff, Who Lives at Home.
by Matt Wharton on July 9, 2012
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by Matt Wharton on June 17, 2012