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I've just downloaded the December edition of Ripperologist and read David Green's comments about my book. I'm really excited by what he said:

"This is a thoughtful, skillfully plotted and fascinating work that shines with intelligence."



What a great Christmas gift! I passed the 'novel writer' audition!!!



Cheers and best wishes to all of you.


Hercule Poirot (Alias Bernard Boley) is it the other way around! LOL
Congratulations to you, Bernard, and happy holidays to you and everyone here.

Here is the review of your book written by our fiction reviewer, David Green, and that is in Ripperologist no. 153, December 2016:



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Thank you Chris. I didn't know if I was allowed to quote all the article, so I only gave the conclusion. I must admit I never expected such positive comments. I consider myself as a storyteller with the same goal a painter or a sculptor has, creating something different. Once it's done, it belongs to the world, and my humble responsibility is to come up with something I believe will be better regardless of what anyone else thinks because I shall always be demanding more of me than anybody.
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Well said. Good luck to you with the book.
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I just came across your book this morning and have downloaded the Kindle version. I'm very excited to read it!
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I just came across your book this morning and have downloaded the Kindle version. I'm very excited to read it!
I hope you'll enjoy it. Your feedback will be appreciated by others.

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