Month: May 2020

Books are pretty amazing things, aren’t they? Open the cover and you can be transported to another place. Who needs an air ticket when you have a vivid imagination? Some books even take you time travelling too, and Paul D Marks’ The Blues Don’t Care falls slap bang into the middle of this category. It
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Archaeologist Miomir Korac looks at 9 metre-long front section of a wooden Roman ship dated to the 3rd century AD, at the ancient city of Viminacium, near Kostolac, Serbia, May 28, 2020. REUTERS/Marko Djurica BELGRADE (Reuters) – As the sun sank over a vast opencast coal mine in eastern Serbia earlier this month, a small
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Despite what A Game of Thrones fans will tell you, crime fiction is really the genre you want for tales of fire and ice. Iceland is our epicentre this week, as we start our new books column off with Cold Malice, the latest from Quentin Bates, a sailor and journalist who lived in Iceland for
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New York City actor and writer Miguel A. Nunez Jr. is best known for his role as the out of work basketball player Jamal Jeffries — who dons drag and takes on a female alter ego to infiltrate the women’s WUBA professional basketball league — in the gender-bending 2002 sports film “Juwanna Mann.” Miguel A.
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