Monthly Archives: August 2010

>What´s in a Name – Finished.

>As soon as I saw this challenge on Beth Fish´s blog, I knew I had to participate. It has been a pleasure, Beth! What´s in a Name Challenge: 1. Food: Pierre Magnan, Death in the Truffle Wood (2005) – France2. … Continue reading

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>Thomas H. Cook, Red Leaves

> This American psychological thriller is a stand-alone. The writer has written several novels but this one is the first I have read. I bought it myself. You could say this really well-written story begins ´ab ovo´, or even before … Continue reading

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>The Huey, Dewey and Louie Effect

> A month ago I called for help because I had a name problem. I had realized it was a very bad idea to have a Jesmona and a Jemima in the same story because it would be so difficult … Continue reading

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>Colin Cotterill, The Coroner´s Lunch (2004)

> This novel, written by a British writer who lives in Thailand, is set in Laos, and it is the first in the series about Dr Siri Paiboun. The book gives a strong sense of Communist Laos in 1976 and … Continue reading

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>My Life According to Crime Fiction 2010

> Do you remember this funny meme from last year? I saw the 2010 version of this game on Bernadette´s blog the other day – and of course I couldn´t resist. I have cheated just a tiny bit as I … Continue reading

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>Thy´s Day # 23


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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 70

> From Wales to Sydney to …. can you guess who and where? To help you, I can tell you the book is the first in the series. “He was often described as a short-arsed man. He had a peculiar … Continue reading

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