The heat leading up to Valentines’ this year, got hotter than a raging inferno, all wrapped up in a stylish, sexy grey suit and a somewhat dull default white shirt (which one can’t argue, he wore exceptionally well), and a pair of smoking hot ‘come hither’ hypnotic grey eyes. This phenomenon that swept the nation is none other than the enigma that is Christian … Read More 50 Shades of Sensory Delights
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Book Review part I – “Sins of the Brother – The Definitive Story of Ivan Milat and the Backpacker Murders” →
In August 2011, a topic of heated debate between my girlfriends and I the other day, raised that ever elusive question. How does one evolve into a seriel killer? Are we born with these inherent tendencies or are they developed later in life, and it takes a moment, a visual or an event to awaken that long dormant desire buried deep in our subconscious.
Book Review part II – “Sins of the Brother – The Definitive Story of Ivan Milat and the Backpacker Murders”
I’ve just turned the last page of my book, and can’t remember when last I’ve been so disappointed and dejected by a book ending. Totally engrossed in this book, I’ve been through a myriad of emotions as each chapter unfolds; from anger, to disbelief, to puzzlement. Frustration, a mild case of intense dislike, more anger, boredom and then as we’re gearing toward the last … Read More Book Review part II – “Sins of the Brother – The Definitive Story of Ivan Milat and the Backpacker Murders”