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ReadersResidence.com has updated its blog with pages about William Shakespeare, the mystery novel G is for Gumshoe, and the thriller “Parallel Lies.”

ReadersResidence.com, a blog about fiction and other books of all kinds, has been updated with new pages titled “William Shakespeare,” “G is for Gumshoe,” and “Parallel Lies by Ridley Pearson.”

The page “William Shakespeare” from ReadersResidence.com details the life and plays of legendary playwright and poet William Shakespeare. The author discusses Shakespeare’s probable education, noting that he most likely had a classical education, particularly including his knowledge of Greek and Latin. “William Shakespeare” also mentions what it claims to be his first play, Henry VI, and the tragedy “Hamlet.”

G is for Gumshoe” provides a summary of the events that occur in this installment of the alphabet mystery novels. ReadersResidence.com describes the protagonist, Kinsey Millhone, as an “irreverent wise cracking PI” and explains the love the author has for the character. The author also analyzes the romance of the protagonist with a bodyguard, whose Porsche is noted as being quite useful.

“The book moves very slowly at first and takes a while to get into,” states the author of ReadersResidence.com about the book Parallel Lies. But, the author later mentions that, “After you get into it… you can’t put it down.” The page notes that this book, unlike other books by Ridley Pearson, does not feature the protagonist Lou Boldt. Instead, the page “Parallel Lies by Ridley Pearson” identifies the protagonist of this railroad thriller as Peter Tyler, though the author also expresses problems determining who the good guy in this novel is.

About ReadersResidence.com:

ReadersResidence.com was launched in November of 2009 with posts about humor books and children’s books. WebsiteBusiness is responsible for designing and maintaining the site structure of ReadersResidence.com.

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