Monthly Archives: February 2011

>Bogudfordringen – februars noveller.

>En opsamlingspost om de tre novellesamlinger, jeg fik læst i februar. Den første i bogform, de to andre som e-bøger. At det blev tre amerikanske forfattere, er helt tilfældigt. Først læste jeg Roald Dahls Kispus (1978), først udgivet på engelsk … Continue reading

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>Laura Lippman, Hardly Knew Her III

> This is the third and final post about Lippman´s collection of short stories. Easy as A-B-CThis is the story about a contractor who ends up redecorating his grandparents´ old house for a very charming, new buyer. I liked this … Continue reading

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>Peter Lovesey, Diamond Dust (2004)

> This is the fourteenth British Peter Diamond novel. Peter Diamond of Bath CID ends a case successfully by putting one of the infamous Carpenter brothers in prison for life. He does not get much time to enjoy his success, … Continue reading

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>Laura Lippman, Hardly Knew Her II

> This is the second post about Lippman´s collection of short stories. The Babysitter´s Code“The rules, the real ones, have seldom been written down, yet every girl knows them.” Read this story about the young babysitter Terri Snyder, and you´ll never … Continue reading

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>Do The Write Thing (in aid of Christchurch)

>As I am slowly recovering from a flu, I´ll just do the easy thing: copy most of Margot Kinberg´s post – please think about what you can do to help the victims of the terrible earthquake in New Zealand the … Continue reading

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>Belinda Bauer, Blacklands (2010)

> This thriller is a British debut. Eleven-year-old Steven suffers from lack of attention. His grumpy granny and his single mother have never got over the fact that Uncle Billy disappeared nineteen years ago. The little boy was killed by … Continue reading

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>Thy´s Day # 40

> We chose to sit indoors.

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 89

> [Bait box: Tim Duncan] If you have read this debut, I think there is a fair chance this quotation will jog your memory. “Nineteen years ago this eleven-year-old boy – probably much like himself – had tired of his … Continue reading

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>Two-Sentence Tuesday

> – Two-Sentence Tuesday is hosted by Women of Mystery – What am I reading this week? Well, yesterday I put down a Swedish crime novel after 48 pages. I have just about had enough of spoiled, Swedish sailors for … Continue reading

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>G is for Girl-Power

>For Kerrie´s weekly alphabet meme. I am probably very spoiled because I can say I don´t need to be a feminist. What I mean is that other Danish women fought that fight before I entered the Danish workforce. So I … Continue reading

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