>While we are waiting …

>Perhaps there are still visitors who want to try to guess this week´s bait so this post is just a commercial for a post which will be brought some day. Here are the six Wexford novels Ruth Rendell wrote during the 1970s. It will take some time to get through them, and I do not promise to read them all in detail.
Did you see my first post about him?


Mens vi venter …

Måske er der stadig besøgende, som gerne vil prøve at gætte denne uges bog, så her bringes et reklameindslag for et fremtidigt indlæg. Her ses de seks Wexford-romaner Ruth Rendell skrev i løbet af 1970erne (de er formodentlig udgivet noget senere på dansk). Det vil tage lidt tid at komme igennem bunken, og jeg vil ikke love at nærlæse dem alle.
NB: så du mit første indlæg om Wexford?

Graph: the nationalities of my latest 100 visitors

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About Dorte Hummelshøj Jakobsen

I am a Danish teacher. In my spare time I read, write and review crime fiction.
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6 Responses to >While we are waiting …

  1. >I am restricted to information on my last 100 visitors. Is this because I have the free version and you are paying for yours Dorte?

  2. Dorte H says:

    >You were quite right, Norman – I have changed the number to 100 visitors.

  3. Lenore says:

    >Ooh! I love Ruth Rendell!I have the Hippocrene paperback edition of the Danish/English dictionary. It it beige with red lettering.

  4. Dorte H says:

    >I agree that Rendell is great :) And the colouring of your dictionary explains it. In Denmark we automatically ´see red´ when anyone mentions a Danish-English dictionary :)

  5. Beth F says:

    >I do love that graphic!! And (I hang my head in shame) I haven’t yet read any Ruth Rendel. Well, there are so many books and so few hours!

  6. Dorte H says:

    >You are right there, Beth. I also find so many great reviews on your blog, but I know I will have to limit myself to a few of them. But I am going to write more posts about Wexford so either you will feel fed up with him when I have finished, or you will think you really must read some of them yourself :)

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