I really liked the opening chapter of this book. De Lint creates a wonderful picture of Jacky Rowan. Recently dumped for being too uninteresting she has spent the night drinking her sorrows away. But on her way home she comes across a strange scene; a gang of bikers hunting down a little man. But when she investigates further there is no trace of it ever having happened, apart from the man’s red cap that she discovered on the ground.
RT @rabiasquared Shameful. No surprise. The system does not hold itself accountable. That's why it must be reimagined. This is why we need District and States Attorneys who aren't aligned with law enforcement, who come from civil rights and criminal defense backgrounds, not career prosecutors. twitter.com/AP/status/1308…
RT @cfmmuk On breaking news stories, it is wrong for newspapers to headline stories on unverified news. Again & again, they are proven incorrect. Here the claim a man shouted Allahu Akbar as part of a bomb threat at the Eiffel Tower is called "fake news" by police & Tower spokespeople pic.twitter.com/GgiALVMzex