Posts Tagged With: death

On Mortality

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A few days ago, a piece of news came over my Facebook feed about a high school friend. It was his wife, posting on his account, that he had passed, suddenly and without warning, the night before. Now, he and I weren’t necessarily close in high school, and we were facebook friends but hardly ever interacted outside of some casual “likes” on random posts from time to time, but for some reason, his death got me thinking.  Continue reading

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Review: Death from a Top Hat

Death from a Top Hat
Death from a Top Hat by Clayton Rawson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

As someone involved in both the world of magic and the world of literature, I’m surprised it took me this long to come around to Clayton Rawson’s “Merlini” books. These are widely considered classics of the “locked room” mystery genre and with Death from a Top Hat one can see why.
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Death takes a Holiday – My latest David Magazine article

F*ck Cancer – My latest David article

In the August issue of David Magazine, I tackle an important issue… death and how we deal with it. If you like it, please comment and share.

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