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Four Questions with Singapore’s Most Cynical Detective

Four Questions with Inspector Stanley Low of Marina Bay Sins      Neil Humphreys’ bipolar detective has some cynical words for us By Jaclynn Seah   Few people get the opportunity to speak with a top detective in the Singapore Police Force; even fewer get to speak personally with a famous one from Neil Humphreys’ … Continue reading “Four Questions with Singapore’s Most Cynical Detective”

Four Questions with Chen Su Lin of The Frangipani Tree Mystery

Four Questions with Chen Su Lin of The Frangipani Tree Mystery Ovidia Yu’s unlikely sleuth of The Frangipani Tree Mystery speaks out By Jaclynn Seah We’ve transcended the mysteries of time and space for a rare interview with Chen Su Lin, fresh from the pages of Ovidia Yu’s The Frangipani Tree Mystery, a whodunit set … Continue reading “Four Questions with Chen Su Lin of The Frangipani Tree Mystery”

Three Self-Published Books to Read

Gwee Li Sui Recommends Three Self-Published Books to Read As Part of #BuySingLit Many self-published books don’t get the love they deserve. But guess what joins Pranav Joshi’s novel Behind a Cultural Cage, O Thiam Chin’s fiction collection Free-Falling Man, Evangeline Neo’s comic book Eva, Matcha and Kopi, and most books by Gene Whitlock? So … Continue reading “Three Self-Published Books to Read”

Three Books to Read on the MRT

Gwee Li Sui Recommends Three Books to Read on the MRT As Part of #BuySingLit The MRT trains keep stalling these days! Whether it be from a track fault or a signal fault, a delay is a delay, and we busy Singaporeans don’t take well to that. But, rather than get angry, why not amuse … Continue reading “Three Books to Read on the MRT”

Three Books to Read This National Day

Gwee Li Sui Recommends Three Books to Read This National Day As Part of #BuySingLit So it’s that time of the year again when you take out your Singaporean flag to hang and belt out subliminally programmed songs! You’d think that, for three books to read this season, I would recommend something with a title … Continue reading “Three Books to Read This National Day”