Monthly Archives: July 2011

Bestseller Poll – the results

Until this moment I thought I could show you some graphics with the results of my first poll. Apparently I´ll have to pay if I want that option so instead I´ll have to ask you to check the results yourselves … Continue reading

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Grieving for Norway…

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Kirsten Holst, Sin brors vogter (2006)

[As the writer´s last crime novel will probably not be translated into English, there is no need to translate the review either. Kirsten Holst, 1936-2008, was one of my favourite Danish crime writers in the 80s and 90s, a period … Continue reading

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Thy´s Day # 59

I have finally spent a day or two in a proper holidayish fashion, darting around in beautiful Thy, snapping pictures for your benefit. Sjørring Vold is an old embankment (vold = bank or rampart), but today one of the main … Continue reading

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Simon Beckett, Written in Bone (2007)

This British thriller is the second in the Dr David Hunter series. See my review of The Chemistry of Death. “The peace of the old cottage is broken by a footfall. The rotting door is pushed open, its rusted hinges … Continue reading

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Fred Vargas & me

I have tried to read Fred Vargas´ “Have Mercy on Us All” several times. It has sat on my TBR for more than a year, glaring at me, wanting to be read. After three days I had got through twenty … Continue reading

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Funday – a Bestseller Poll

Following the example of a couple of blog friends, I´ll test the poll feature of WordPress (and pick your brains, but we will forget I said that). Please indulge me by trying it – you can choose up to five … Continue reading

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