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Review of Two Brothers by Ben Elton

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Two Brothers by Ben Elton I don’t usually dip into historical fiction, as the writers often hide poor character-building behind supposed historical accuracy instead. Often the books are unreadable due to their saturation of research and lack of coherent plot or technical ability. But Two Brothers is not ruined by either of these things: instead it manages […]

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Dexter is not ‘nice’ – Jeff Lindsay speaks on the romanticising of his serial killer

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  Double Dexter   Pre-order   R175.00   Jeff Lindsay, author of the ever popular Dexter novels, is worried that people are romanticising his serial killer because they are under the impression the character is “nice”.  “Some believe that Dexter cares about justice. Dexter doesn’t care about justice, he cares about killing. He’s attractive because he’s […]

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