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The Ace of Clubs by Patricia Loofbourrow

The Ace of Clubs is the third book in the Red Dog Conspiracy and a very complicated novel for oh so many reasons. If you haven’t read the series, be aware there will be spoilers not for this book but … Continue reading

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The Alcatraz Coup by Patricia Loofbourrow

This novella is the prequel to the Red Dog Conspiracy and lives up to the noir feel of those books. It’s a story for the current fans in many ways, and so gives a sense of what happened to bring … Continue reading

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The Queen of Diamonds by Patricia Loofbourrow

This is the second in the Red Dog Conspiracy series I have read, and I’ll tell you up front it didn’t go the way I’d expected from where The Jacq of Spades ends. I’d thought to see more of the … Continue reading

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The Jacq of Spades by Patricia Loofbourrow

The Jacq of Spades offers a rich, complex culture with a mix of post-apocalyptic and noir themes. From the beginning, the reader is thrust into the layers of existence Jacqui maintains between her public position as wife to the heir … Continue reading

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