Robert Mason flew Hueys for a year in Vietnam. This is his story.
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2014, 12 episodes:
known as Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun.
Parody series about young girls' (shōjo) manga. Chiyo has a crush on
fellow high school student Nozaki, but through comical
misunderstanding discovers he's a manga writer and artist – but this
has to be kept a secret from the rest of the school.
1954; mystery/thriller or romantic suspense; first published novel by
Mary Stewart. Charity Selborne is on holiday in Provence, and meets
young David Shelley and his stepmother Loraine Bristol. Somewhere in
the background is David's father, recently acquitted of the grisly
murder of his best friend, and believed by many to be mad…
The D-21 was a supersonic reconnaissance drone used briefly in the
1960s and 1970s.
Contemporary fantasy. Peter Grant, Metropolitan Police constable and
magician, investigates the sudden deaths of jazz musicians.
2014, 12 episodes plus a special:
Mushi are supernatural creatures which are invisible to most people,
but which have an effect in the mundane world. Ginko, a mushi-shi, is
someone who can see them, and who solves problems for people who are
affected by them.
Eleventh in King's series about Mary Russell, who… well, this is
basically Sherlock Holmes fanfiction, but against all the odds it
manages to work. Strange things have been happening around a film
crew; Russell joins it to work out what's going on.
Every so often a server for which I'm responsible fails, and I get it
shipped to me for fixing. Usually this works reasonably well.
Third in Muller's series about Sharon McCone, private investigator in
San Francisco. McCone investigates the murder of a painter and
decorator in a rough area that's being gentrified.
Why does every large convention now seem to have an associated
disease, the "con crud", generally a respiratory tract infection?
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