Monthly Archives: March 2011

>Arne Dahl, Ghost House 2.0 (2010)

>[The Swedish writer Arne Dahl – a pen name – is famous in Scandinavia for his excellent series about the A-team, a special task force. This tiny book is a ghost story, however, but in my opinion it doesn´t deserve … Continue reading

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>Min bedste sommerfornøjelse/Summer Pleasures

> “Blogkvinder 40+” asked me to bring a picture of my best summer pleasure. With pleasure – here you see my writer´s corner outside our cottage. All I need is pleasant weather and a good, long holiday to make me … Continue reading

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>Colin Bateman, Mystery Man (2009)

> This novel is a Northern Irish stand-alone (a belated St Patrick´s Day review)  The narrator of this story is a nameless first-person owner of a bookshop in Belfast. When his neighbour, a private detective, disappears, he is more or … Continue reading

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>Martin Walker, Bruno, Chief of Police (2008)

> [Dansk titel: Politimesteren i St Denis (2010)] Mini-review.  This police procedural, set in the French countryside, is written by a British author and the first in a series. The village of St Denis is shocked when old Hamid al-Bakr, … Continue reading

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>Thy´s Day # 43

> Spring finally sprung.  It is so cold here you wouldn´t believe it, though.  (I added a close-up from last year for visitorswho don´t know the flower) Can you see the smoke? 

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>Candied Crime – distribution

> Thank you to all the generous friends who have bought and reviewed “Candied Crime”. Now and then I come across people who don´t think they can read it because it is an e-book, or they are not certain how … Continue reading

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>Two-Sentence Tuesday

>[The meme is hosted by Women of Mystery] This week I have been relatively good. I have edited some chapters of “The Cosy Knave”, polished a query, added a couple of hundred words to “The Halloween Murderer” and written a … Continue reading

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