Campusland by Scott Johnston

Campusland by Scott Johnston is a scathing satire of modern college life... it touches on many of the topics that are being discussed on university campuses across the nation: gender issues, racial equality, the MeToo movement, safe spaces, tenure, admissions, etc. It's an good debut that pushes the notions of the PC movement to an... Continue Reading →

How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper

Andrew works for a department of the local council at as an inspector. The crew handles very specific inspections. They are called out to houses when occupants die and police cannot find his or her next of kin. The job is twofold; they first try to find relarives and if none can be found, they... Continue Reading →

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