Just Olga and her books

I've loved books since I learned to read and now I love to read and writer books, to read about books, and although most of all I love fiction, I write other books that might tickle my fancy. I'm originally from Barcelona and I also read in Spanish and Catalan. I love movies and theatre so these are things I also love to read about.

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Another one from the Inspector Grant series. It is not as gripping or interesting as The Daughter of Time, which has been my ...
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Agnes publishes her syndicated food column under the name of "Cranky Agnes," inspired by her anger management issues; she is,...
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Cue the circus music! Boo! was just plain fun! What horror fan doesn't enjoy a good evil clown story? I know of exactly non...
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reviewed: A solid thriller, with an intriguing dynamic between the lead investigator and the killer. Beware of evil hiding under the appearance of normality.
Thanks to Net Galley and to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for offering me an ARC copy of this book that I freely chose to review....
The Fourth Monkey - A.J. Barker
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So officially I've only rolled twice for BL-opoly at this point and haven't posted reviews, but I went ahead and took advanta...
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Michelangelo and the Pope's Ceiling is another very good work of art history from Ross King. It covers in most detail the ye...
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Can you have a mid-life crisis at twenty-four? Or is it just the usual crisis of adulthood, something I was going to have to ...
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Happy Sunday! In a spontaneous turn of events, a couple of friends invited me to join them on a hike yesterday. I was at th...
reviewed: For readers with a good attention span who enjoy Hitchcockian suspense set within the world of science and books about writers
I write this review as a member of Rosie’s Book Review Team and thank Rosie Amber and the author for providing me with an ARC...
The Planck Factor - Debbi Mack
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A dry but interesting look at Salem. It's a very well researched book. I can't imagine how that community put itself back tog...
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Devil in the Countryside
Cory Barclay
Lunatics, Imbeciles and Idiots: A History of Insanity in Nineteenth-Century Britain and Ireland
John R F Burt, Kathryn Burtinshaw