Never Say Spy by Diane Henders a review

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Truth be told I’m not sure what this is other than an Amazon freebie. You know those free books they give out to try and get you into a series. This one at least gives you a full book other than what is clearly just the first part but the question is; is it any good. Hopefully by the end of the review I’ll have a decision based on ….

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Excalibur 006: Goblin Night

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We’re six issues in and we’ve seen the history of Captain Britain and of the X-men. We’ve also seen the future with Widget and his vanishing trains. We’ve got to see our band of merry mutants; warts and all. So maybe it’s time to to take a break for the company wide crossover in ….

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Doctor Who: The Land of the Dead (BF 004)

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Landing in Alaska, the Doctor and Nyssa encounter a group of people in a most unusual house, cut off not only by the harsh climate but by their individual secrets and obsessions.

Millionaire Shaun Brett is utilising chunks of the local area to construct a shrine to his dead father. But when deadly creatures start roaming outside, and a terrifying discovery is made inside the house, the Doctor realises that Brett has unleashed an unimaginably ancient force.

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Goldfinger

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Up until now we’ve just adapted some books by some old Brit but now we’re going to do a real Bond movie. Gadgets, amusing names for the women, heroes left in death traps, naked women dancing over the titles, and even an Aston Martin. All this and more ….

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Nantucket (board game)

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It’s funny. If you went back in time ten or so more years ago and asked me what table top games I play you would find the list comprising of pulp fantasy. gritty space knights, and other over the top fun. And yet nowadays so much of my gaming space if given over to farming simulators, train simulators, and now I’m sat here talking about an historic whaling simulator. That being ….

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