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Museum of Sudden Disapparances

Book Review: The Museum of Sudden Disappearances, a Hilarious Mystery by Thomas Davidson

The Bottom Line: A hugely satisfying tale that is simultaneously funny, suspenseful and subversive. For fans of comic mysteries, the Jurassic Jim Fleetwood series is a must read. When a small town girl dies in a mysterious car accident, eccentric retro DJ Jurassic Jim Fleetwood becomes the unlikely investigator. Fleetwood typically spends his evenings spinning […]

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Past is Present by Thomas Davidson

Book Review: Past is Present, a Time Travel Adventure by Thomas Davidson

The Bottom Line: Pure joy. The most compelling time-travel adventure we’ve read since Stephen King’s 11/22/63. If you discovered a doorway into the future, would you be satisfied with just one trip? Me neither. And that’s the juicy proposal facing Linda Mitchell, a young war widow living in Columbia, Massachussetts, 1968. After two experiences that […]

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Exit by Thomas Davidson

Book Review: Exit, a Paranormal Thriller by Thomas Davidson

The Bottom Line: Black Mirror fans will be drawn in by Thomas Davidson’s engrossing, hallucinatory tale of a screenwriter who stumbles into another dimension. Meet Tim Crowe, a quirky screenwriter with a detached retina. After nearly losing his eye and fighting with his girlfriend, Tim takes his prescription eyedrops to the Gateway Theatre in Cambridge […]

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