Monthly Archives: January 2011

>Håkan Nesser, En fortælling om hr Roos (2009)

> Denne biblioteksbog er den tredje i den svenske serie om vicekriminalkommissær Gunnar Barbarotti. Se min anmeldelse af bind to. Hovedpersonen, den usigeligt almindelige Valdemar Roos, sidder fast i sit dødsens kedsommelige liv med arbejdet på termokandefabrikken og det ikke-eksisterende … Continue reading

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>Daim Stories

> If you wonder where I am… Oh, you don´t? (Don´t think you can shut me up so easily). I should be adding page after page to my novel, and I have made some progress, but I can´t help my … Continue reading

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>Ann Rosman, Fyrmesterens datter (2010)

> Denne svenske krimi er forfatterens debut. Nogle polske håndværkere finder et lig i murværket mens de er i færd med at restaurere fyrtårnet Pater Noster. Men bygmesteren har en stram deadline og kan ikke tillade sig forsinkelse, så i … Continue reading

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>Kate Summerscale, The Suspicions of Mr Whicher (2008)

> This is a British non-fiction account of a true crime in Victorian England which took place in 1860. The gruesome story begins when three-year-old Saville Kent is taken away from his bed in the nursery in the middle of … Continue reading

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>Thy´s Day # 38

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 87

> This week´s book is of a different category – let´s see what my intelligent readers make of it. “… Benger lifted the lavatory lid and peered in until his eyes adjusted to the darkness. ´By steadily looking down, I … Continue reading

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>More snow

> Look here what one of my visitors sent me: a manipulation of snow photo 1 and 2: Thank you very much, Ursula.

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