Tag Archives: truth

When you are wrong, you are wrong!

There are some trains of thought that suggest saying sorry is a sign of weakness, a sign that you made a mistake, something you never, ever admit to. Other trains tell you that to be a gentleman (or at least try to be) you have to apologize  put your hand up …

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Emotions, Are They Running Dark?

The planets have aligned themselves in such a way to make us see, feel and deal with our emotions. This alignment began this week and will continue for three weeks. Wow, and I thought this was a tough week. How will we handle 3 weeks of it? Have you felt …

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Have you Lost a Part of You?

How many times do we take a step back and take an inventory of where “we” are in our relationships? Like any good business we must regularly check what we have in stock in order to know what have and where we need to do some work. I am not …

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Do you have a “nose” for news

If there is something going on in the city drop us a line on facebook or e-mail me julie@thestthomasblog.com and we will try and get the scoop on what is going on. News happens fast and we have a bunch of well connected readers who may be able to help …

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Do you have a "nose" for news

If there is something going on in the city drop us a line on facebook or e-mail me julie@thestthomasblog.com and we will try and get the scoop on what is going on. News happens fast and we have a bunch of well connected readers who may be able to help …

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Book Review – Echo Park – Michael Connelly

13 years ago, Harry Bosch was unable to find who killed Marie Gesto and since then has been haunted by the failure. Now a serial killer is confessing to have killed her and to make matters worse, it appears that a lead that wasn’t followed up 13 years ago, could …

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Movie Review – The Bourne Ultimatum

Jason Bourne digs deeper to find out who he is and when get gets a lead, he tracks it down. This is made harder by the CIA trying to kill him and anyone who might help him find the truth. Matt Damon returns as the super assassin Jason Bourne in …

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Book Review – The Last Hostage – John J Nance

From the Publisher A demented hijacker… A master of aviation suspense, author John J. Nance thrilled the country with his explosive bestsellers, “Pandora’s Clock and “Medusa’s Child. Now, as only he can do, Nance soars with a gripping new novel about one man in the air and on the brink, …

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Movie Review – V for Vendetta

A futuristic London where a fascist government rules with an iron hand is the scene for a moving, horrifying and hopeful movie about what happens when the men who are in charge become too controlling. A masked man unleashed a revenge that lasts a year and during which time, the …

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Book Review – The Closers – Michael Connelly

From the Publisher He walked away from the job three years ago. But Harry Bosch cannot resist the call to join the elite Open/Unsolved Unit. His mission: solve murders whose investigations were flawed, stalled, or abandoned to L.A.’s tides of crime. With some people openly rooting for his failure, Harry …

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Book Review – Lie Down With Lions – Ken Follett

From the Publisher Ellis, the American. Jean-Pierre, the Frenchman. They were two men on opposite sides of the cold war, with a woman torn between them. Together, they formed a triangle of passion and deception, racing from terrorist bombs in Paris to the violence and intrigue of Afghanistan – to …

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Book Review – The Coil – Gail Lynds

From the Publisher A sequel to the New York Times bestselling novel, Masquerade, The Coil picks up several years later. Liz Sansborough, former CIA agent and now an academic, has managed to put the pieces of her life back together. But Sansborough has a dark secret – she is the …

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Book Review – Flight – Jan Burke

From the Publisher Edgar Award-winning author Jan Burke, acclaimed for her Irene Kelly novels, hits the ground running with a harrowing thriller featuring homicide detective Frank Harriman. When the wreckage of a small plane belonging to a Las Piernas Police Department detective who disappeared a decade ago is discovered in …

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Book Review – Just One Look – Harlan Coben

From the Publisher Harlan Coben, author of the coast-to-coast bestseller No Second Chance, delivers an emotionally powerful thrill-ride of a novel that asks the question: How far would you go to protect your family? An ordinary snapshot causes a mother’s world to unravel in an instant. After picking up her …

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Book Review – The Defender by Bill Mesce Jr

From the Publisher In the critically acclaimed novels The Advocate and Officer of the Court, Bill Mesce Jr. introduced readers to a new hero in the world of military suspense. The Defender is the electrifying tale of Major Harry Voss’s most riveting case yet: a wartime court-martial that could cost …

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