Monthly Archives: January 2010

>Principles for Reviews

>Principles? Why write about principles as I have survived a whole year of blogging about crime fiction without having any? The main reason is that recently publishers have begun contacting me, offering me review examples of books. Wonderful, but also … Continue reading

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>Kate Mosse, Sepulchre (2009)

>Jeg kan godt lide at læse en historisk krimi nu og da, og hvis forfatteren kan sit kram, gør det ikke noget, at den er på over 700 sider. Men efter ca 50 sider lagde jeg Sepulchre til side, uden … Continue reading

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>Robert Goddard, Never Go Back (2006)

>This British thriller is the third in the Harry Barnett series. Ten old soldier buddies who participated in an experiment fifty years earlier agree to meet in Scotland. One of them is Harry Barnett who is now happily married and … Continue reading

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>Thy´s Day

> Our yard in a blizzard– or perhaps I happened to step out in Narnia?

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 53

> [Julia´s wonderful tin IS a clue – though it may be misleading] This week the book is sheer gambling, I have no idea whether you read this kind of thriller or not, but let us see – I know … Continue reading

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>O for Olsen

>For this week´s alphabet meme, hosted by Kerrie, I have chosen a Danish novel about police work. The book in question is Frode Z. Olsen´s Hunde spiser kød heste spiser græs, 2002 (Dogs eat meat, horses eat grass). Is the … Continue reading

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>Kreativ Blogger Award

>Thank you very much to Søren of Sørens bogblog for this award. A special thank you for your words about my blog: “To Dorte who with her experimenting pen, her enormous knowledge and her social engagement connects the crime lovers … Continue reading

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