Monthly Archives: December 2010

>En dansk udfordring

> Efter to år med krimibloggen må jeg jo indrømme, jeg er blevet mere og mere engelsk. Ikke med vilje, men mange af de danske bloggere, jeg har fundet på min vej, blogger ikke særlig regelmæssigt. (Jeg er rigtig glad … Continue reading

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>Tim Comstock, Reunion in Carmel (2010)

> This thriller is the American writer´s debut. On the first page, we meet a decapitated body and the anonymous killer during a violent storm: “Another maimed form lay on the wet sand, its topmost part shorn away by the … Continue reading

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>And a fourth challenge: Ireland Reading Challenge 2011

>No, I can´t resist this one. Besides, I have five Irish novels on my TBR. Five books I´ve been looking forward to for weeks or months. And do you think I can resist Jane Casey´s The Burning for long? (Neither … Continue reading

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>Charlotte MacLeod, The Recycled Citizen (1987)

> This Canadian cosy mystery is the seventh Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn mystery. When you have read the very first lines, the scene is set: ´Coffee, Theonia?´Mrs Adolphus Kelling was a strong woman for her age and size. She … Continue reading

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>Status 2010

> STATUS 2010 I have had a feeling that since I began blogging, I have also expanded my horizon quite a bit so like several fellow bloggers, I will publish my own list of the new authors I read in … Continue reading

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>Merry Christmas

> Merry Christmas to all my readers!  I hope you are all going to have a wonderful holiday no matter how and when you celebrate it.  For us, Christmas begins this afternoon in church, and afterwards we will have dinner, … Continue reading

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>Christmas Toffee – the Ending

> Rhapsody didn´t really have time to solve a murder mystery in between all the Christmas preparations in the large vicarage so she tried her best to leave it to Archie and his colleagues. She was very pleased, though, when … Continue reading

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