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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 72

> This book is not a debut, and it does not sound as if it is for dog lovers or the faint-hearted. “He must have stabbed Jessica too before she ran off because there was a trail of blood, a … Continue reading

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 71

> Last week the climate was a bit too hot for me so I headed north for this week´s bait. Do you recognize the series? “It was much colder inside the hole than outside. She tried to sit down, but … Continue reading

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 70

> From Wales to Sydney to …. can you guess who and where? To help you, I can tell you the book is the first in the series. “He was often described as a short-arsed man. He had a peculiar … Continue reading

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 69

> A very suitable quotation for this week, I think. “She knew that her mother´s querulous, apologetic, half-whining voice would enrage him, that her own sullen presence would help neither of them, but she couldn´t go up to bed. The … Continue reading

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 68

> This novel is the first in a series, and the writer is new to me, but hopefully some of you will recognize the quotation. “My heart drops into my stomach when I notice more blood on her abdomen, just … Continue reading

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 67

>No, this crime novel is not German, I just thought the Mozart box was quite appropriate anyway. Do you remember this slightly old novel – or perhaps the film? (Hint: it is one of my favourite tv-series). “He lifted the … Continue reading

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 66

> [This cute box belongs to Kelly, Kelly´s Thoughts and Ramblings] I have no idea how many of my readers know this British writer – but let´s see. “She was wearing a sleeveless body warmer over a shirt. The ghastly … Continue reading

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 65

>This novel is neither the first in a series nor the writer´s first series. “She turned, mouth open to say something – what? – when she saw the bloody footprint on the floor. ´Emma,´ she whispered, dropping the phone as … Continue reading

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 64

>A thriller from far away. “Just then, another wall of ice crumbled behind her and collapsed on itself, crackling like distant thunder. She turned away from the camera and watched as the entire cliff plummeted into the gray-blue water and … Continue reading

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 63

>Have you read this crime novel which is from another millennium – but only just: “It was four days before the bodies were discovered, by which time Mr Cowper had begun to mottle. He was lying underneath the kitchen window, … Continue reading

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