Monthly Archives: September 2010

>8 Questions

> Photo of Lodbjerg Fyr for Patti and other lighthouse lovers – can´t you just turn your screen? I’ve been tagged in a game that goes like this, I answer a series of questions with entertaining comments (Cathryn, I don´t … Continue reading

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>Kate Atkinson, When Will There Be Good News? (2008)

> [Dansk titel:  Hvornår kommer der en god nyhed – anmeldt på Litteratursiden] The book is the third in the Scottish Jackson Brodie series (a recurrent figure though one could argue if Jackson is really the main character in any … Continue reading

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>Thy´s Day # 25


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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 72

> This book is not a debut, and it does not sound as if it is for dog lovers or the faint-hearted. “He must have stabbed Jessica too before she ran off because there was a trail of blood, a … Continue reading

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>Martin Edwards, Yesterday´s Papers (1994)

> This mystery is the fourth in the British series about Liverpool lawyer Harry Devlin. I have not read the first books, but the writer sent me this one as a pleasant (and signed) surprise! The plot of this one … Continue reading

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>Simon Beckett, The Chemistry of Death (2006)

> This British thriller is the first in the David Hunter series. “I arranged for a locum to be brought in until either a permanent replacement was found, or people registered with other practices in the area.” Sorry, but Danish … Continue reading

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>Rendell & Domestic Violence

> In “Simisola” Ruth Rendell dealt with the issues of illegal immigration and unemployment. In “Road Rage” it was the environment. In “Harm Done” (1999) the recurrent theme is domestic violence. Quite early in the novel various positions are introduced … Continue reading

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>Kate Ellis, An Unhallowed Grave (1999)

> Another brief reading report (sorry; I have been very busy writing, working – and blowing my nose – lately). This series combines serious police work in the shape of DS Wesley Peterson, the coloured element of the local police … Continue reading

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>Finally time & energy to take a proper blog round – and blogger keeps eating my comments!!!I am alive & I will visit you presently.

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>Thy´s Day # 25

> Brambles – flowers then, berries now.

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