Monthly Archives: September 2009

>Enid Blyton, Crime for Beginners

>Sidste uge så jeg et dejligt blog-indlæg med en række skønne gamle De 5-bøger (min allerførste krimiserie). Jeg opdagede, at de svenske og norske havde samme illustrator, og lovede “Snowflakes in Rain” at bringe et billede af nogle af mine … Continue reading

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>The Red Shoes

>I know, I know. I should be reading & reviewing. Honestly, I am. 100 pages more, and there will be a review for you. But look at these delicious shoes – they are simply shouting for a story, aren´t they? … Continue reading

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>DJ´s Flash Fiction Workshop

>I have just created a new blog, a workshop where I can publish my flash fiction stories ´secretly´ as literary magazines generally ask for unpublished texts. If you would like to follow my stories, please send me an email and … Continue reading

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>Find Holger

>Har du lagt mærke til, at i mange krimier figurerer der en original, en person (oftest mandlig), som på en eller anden måde er anderledes; et let offer som uundgåeligt havner på listen over mistænkte? Her er et udvalg fra … Continue reading

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>"Awarded" and "Gifted"

>It all began Tuesday, when Bernadette, Reactions to Reading sent a mail to tell me I had won Clare Langley-Hawthorne, Consequences of Sin. Wednesday Norman, Crime Scraps told me I had won two books for my joint second place in … Continue reading

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>Inger Frimansson, De nøgne kvinders ø (2008)

>Denne psykologiske thriller er den svenske forfatters niende bog. Forfatteren Tobias Elmkvist vender tilbage til sit barndomshjem for at hjælpe sin far, som har været ude for en ulykke, med det lille, gammeldags landbrug. Det er ikke let at vende … Continue reading

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>BBAW Friday – goals.

>Goals for my blog – the very brief version: 1) what I love about my blog: first of all, I have found so many amazing book bloggers.Second, I enjoy my crime fiction reading even more than before. 2) my overall … Continue reading

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