Monthly Archives: July 2009

>To Read – or Not to Read?

>I am sure all book bloggers know the dilemma: you are reading a book that doesn´t really catch your interest. Should you read on, blog about it – or just put it down and pick another one from the shelf? … Continue reading

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>John Sandford, Winter Prey aka The Ice Man (1993)

>The fifth book in the American Lucas Davenport series. The reader knows from the beginning that the murderer calls himself The Iceman, but don´t know his real identity. The Iceman prepares himself for the cold and moves into a remote … Continue reading

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>Things you (probably) didn´t know

> [Photo: an unusually well-equipped bathroom – the cottage in Scotland] Uncohoardination Literary chaos in the shape of a mountain of TBR books stored in no particular order. You didn´t know that? I thought so. Neither did I. For more … Continue reading

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>Antonia Fraser, Oxford Blood (1985)

> [Denne krimiserie er ikke oversat til dansk] Read on my last holiday in Scotland, hence the very short ´review´. This book is the fifth in the British Jemima Shore series. The famous TV investigator, Jemima Shore, gets involved in … Continue reading

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>BIP. Blog Post Bingo # 13

>I have not participated in Kim´s Blog Improvement Project for some time as it has not been convenient for me, but I have been looking forward to this second round of bingo. As I was away on holiday the first … Continue reading

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>Writing fiction

>Do you remember Emma, a very young damsel in distress? Would you like to hear what happened after this scene?

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 25

> [This delicious box belongs to Jane, Possum Scriptum.] This non-European thriller is an older volume from a rather long series. “With his mittens on, he stood up, testing the snow. The latest fall was soft, but the bitter cold … Continue reading

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