Category Archives: Canadian

>Giles Blunt, The Fields of Grief (2006)

> [I should have been guest blogging on Thoughts in Progress today, but with Blogger gone awry I don´t know when the post will be up.] This Canadian police procedural is the fourth John Cardinal story, but the first I … Continue reading

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>James W. Nichol, Midnight Cab (2002)

> A mini-review  This Canadian thriller offers a most intriguing beginning. A three-year-old boy is left by the roadside, and all he can tell the police is that his name is Walker. Inexplicably, no one misses the little boy who … Continue reading

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>Alan Bradley, The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie (2009)

> [Dansk titel: Flavia de Luce og hævneren fra Ulster, 2010. De to første kapitler kan læses på Saxos hjemmeside]  This debut is written by a Canadian but set in Britain in the 1950s. On the very first page eleven-year-old … Continue reading

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>Charlotte MacLeod, The Recycled Citizen (1987)

> This Canadian cosy mystery is the seventh Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn mystery. When you have read the very first lines, the scene is set: ´Coffee, Theonia?´Mrs Adolphus Kelling was a strong woman for her age and size. She … Continue reading

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>Vicki Delany, Valley of the Lost (2009)

>[Denne krimi er ikke oversat til dansk] This Canadian police procedural is the second in the Constable Molly Smith series. Lucky Smith hears a baby cry in the bushes outside the Trafalgar Women´s Support Centre. She follows the sound, and … Continue reading

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>Louise Penny, Still Life (2005)

>[Denne serie er ikke oversat til dansk] This Canadian novel is Louise Penny´s debut, and the first in the cozy Armand Gamache series. The story takes place in the village of Three Pines. “Three Pines wasn´t on any tourist map, … Continue reading

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>Impending Louise Penny

>As I warned you beforehand, I am not ready for a review today, but of course you deserve the solution to Wednesday´s Bait in the Box. The book in question is Louise Penny, Still Life, the author´s debut from 2005, … Continue reading

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