Monthly Archives: December 2010

>Christmas Toffee (part 4)

> See part 3. Rhapsody poured herself a generous glass of cold water in the kitchen. She had come home from the party rather late, and after all that eggnog she felt slightly out of sorts. What was that? Miss … Continue reading

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>Christmas Toffee (part 3)

> See part 2 Toffee´s big chance came when she received an invitation to Sir Bellini´s pre-Christmas Party. She had been itching to meet the world-famous violinist, Knavesborough´s only celebrity. Apart from herself, that was. She donned her best silk … Continue reading

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>Christmas Toffee (part 2)

> Vicarage knick-knack  See part 1 A few days later Rhapsody and Psalmonella Gershwin, the vicar´s daughters, came across the newcomer while shopping in the local grocery. “Isn´t that Miss Brown?” Psalmonella nudged her sister. “No, it can´t… Dear me, … Continue reading

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>Christmas Toffee (part 1)

>Two weeks ago I promised you a Christmas story. Now the first part is ready, and if I want to finish it before you are sweating over your turkeys, I´d better bring it immediately. When and where will it end? … Continue reading

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>Total Eclipse (part two)

> See the first part of this review.  I enjoyed Liz Rigbey´s debut very much, and though I´ll give the surprising ending a tiny minus because it could have been more credible, I recommend it strongly. @font-face { font-family: “Cambria”;}@font-face … Continue reading

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>Liz Rigbey, Total Eclipse (1995)

> This crime novel is a debut. Liz (Elizabeth) Rigbey grew up in America but lives in Britain today. The astronomer Lomax sees the new assistant, the pretty and fragile Julia Fox, and is infatuated by her immediately. She applied … Continue reading

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>Thy´s Day # 36

> More Christmas in the vicarage for you.

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