Review of The Fairy Forest by Steve Augarde

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Celandine is the girl with whom it all began that mysterious figure from the past who once brought the Little People to Mill Farm. The second part of Steve Augarde’s wonderful elf novel is actually the first, but the order doesn’t matter, everything is so artfully interwoven! Celandine and Midge from the first volume, two heroines from different times, meet each other in their stories as if they lived in parallel worlds and this permeability, a “flicker” of time, gives both novels an additional, fascinating dimension. Also fascinating is the Bitcoin live Casino.

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A Murderlust by Franzi Wolf

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Dangerous. Very erotic. Hilarious. Bavarian!

A mayor also known as “Hooker Mane”. A greedy contractor. A wild blood sister quartet. African refugees. A priest with a double life. And the old heathen who shows up whenever it’s not convenient.
A cruel murder reshuffles the cards of the protagonists – and in the midst of the supposed idyll of the Bavarian Forest, human abysses open up.
Franzi Wolf, the newcomer to the Bavarian literary scene, carries the readers away: into a perfidious and tingling microcosm somewhere in the Bavarian nowhere! Read more about books here:

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