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    Books & Looks Podcast: Mystery, Muses and the End of

    Books & Looks: Real Books for Real Readers was started as a podcast to supplement Blaine Desantis’ website,, and expand into audio interviews with authors.

    With Books & Looks, Blaine’s goal is to focus on real books that real people will read. At least half of the books he reviews are either new authors or unknown authors that many in the general public are unaware of. After a segment reviewing books or interviewing authors, Blaine ends each episode with a discussion of the movies and TV shows he is currently watching.

    This Week’s Episode

    Today I dive into E.J. Copperman‘s intriguing blend of science fiction and cozy mystery, Ukulele of Death. Follow the adventures of Fran and Ken Stein, clone detectives on a quest to help people find their natural-born parents and unravel the mystery surrounding a valuable ukulele.

    I also sit down with author Martha Anne Toll to discuss her debut novel, Three Muses, a powerful exploration of the Holocaust’s impact on survivors, inspired by her Jewish heritage, ballet background, and Greek mythology. Discover the complexities of relationships, the “Me Too” movement, and the importance of memory. Plus, get a sneak peek into her upcoming novel, Duet for One, a heartfelt musical love story about love, grief, and abandonment.

    Finally, I share my thoughts on the changing landscape of news consumption and the decision to stop receiving physical newspapers in a world where information is just a click away. Don’t miss out on this engaging episode packed with insightful discussions and reviews, and find your next great read with us!


    Ukulele of Death Book Review – 00:00

    Martha Anne Toll Interview – 04:25

    Newspapers – 31:00

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    About Blaine Desantis:

    Blaine is an avid lifetime reader, a retired attorney, and has been a book club leader for the past seven years. He is an active teacher in senior education classes at Furman University. Blaine loves fiction, nonfiction, histories, mysteries and almost all genres of books.

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