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About Siege

Siege reads. And does other things.

Siege’s CR3 #99: But I Trusted You: Ann Rule’s Crime Files #14 by Ann Rule

In which Siege reads true crime, and slowly begins to lose her mind as she claws her way to the double Cannonball.

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Siege’s CR3 #98: Titanic’s Last Secrets: The Further Adventures of Shadow Divers John Chatterton and Richie Kohler by Bradford Matsen

In which Siege’s ideas about the Titanic’s last hours are completely revamped. Revolutionary!

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Siege CR3 #93: A Broken Vessel by Kate Ross

In which Siege reads another entertaining and engaging mystery featuring British dandy Julian Kestral.

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Siege’s CR3 #91: Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day by Winifred Watson

In which Siege discovers one of the very rare instances in which the film is actually better than the original novel.

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Siege’s CR3 #90: The Restless Sleep: Inside New York City’s Cold Case Squad by Stacy Horn

In which Siege reads a book that is both frustrating and inspiring.

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Siege’s CR3 #87: The Intern Blues by Dr. Robert Marion

In which Siege reviews a non-fiction book about the stresses and triumphs of a group of pediatric interns in 1985. (Grey’s Anatomy it’s certainly not.) And also possibly gets her feminist card taken away.

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Siege’s CR3 #86: Cut to the Quick by Kate Ross

In which Siege reads a truly excellent period mystery with quirky, interesting characters and a plot that is both twisty and basically logical.

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