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Bullet News Review – A Little Garnish for Your Reading?

Jennifer Cox of Bullet News Huron has begun a column of local book reviews. Read some of what she has to say (in italics) about “The Garnished Truth,” a collection of short stories. I was drawn instantly to the genuine, interesting characters and unique situations. Similar to my experience reading Alice Munro, I enjoyed imagining that I might be familiar with the towns and places described...

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Collingwood Fakeout – London Free Press Review

Collingwood Fakeout – London Free Press Review

From the London Free Press, Saturday April 24, 2010. BOOKS Fun to hang with area detective at annual Elvis fest COLLINGWOOD FAKEOUT By Rick Hundey Fauxpop Media $29 Reviewed by Joan Barfoot Special to QMI Agency Elvis is one of those gifts that just keeps on giving. From the music industry to his heirs and offspring, to Graceland tourism, decades after his death he continues to fill a whole lot...

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Grand Bend Book Club has fantastic goodies

Grand Bend Book Club has fantastic goodies

On Oct. 22, Rick returned to Jack Beer country for a Book Club meeting in a wonderful little cottage located just off Main St. in rustic Grand Bend. Butter tarts were the highlight of the dessert tray. Better still, it was a perfect place to talk about books. The conversation was lively and Rick got a number of excellent ideas for improving a draft suspense short story he read to the...

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Grand tale just around the Bend

Grand tale just around the Bend

LONDON FREE PRESS REVIEW: Grand tale just around the Bend Joan Barfoot Special to Sun Media February 21, 2009 In this dead of winter, some outsiders may be holding warm thoughts of summertime frolics at Grand Bend. DEATH AT THE BEND by Rick Hundey (FauxPop Media, $29) But for those who actually live there, it’s a real year-round town with real year-round issues — and in the hands of Rick...

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Death at the Bend author shares wisecracking sense of humour….

Death at the Bend author shares wisecracking sense of humour….

Date – Feb. 4, 2009 Re. reading at Seaforth Public Library, Jan. 26, ’09, 7 PM Death at the Bend author shares wisecracking sense of humour with character in mystery novel By Dan Schwab Although Rick Hundey denies it, those who’ve read his new book and know him well claim the author has a few things in common with his wisecracking main character – Jack Beer. Although Hundey is not a...

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Wingham Advanced Times – February 2009

Wingham Advanced Times – February 2009

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