Category Archives: L.C. Tyler

>L.C. Tyler, A Very Persistent Illusion (2009)

> This British novel, Len Tyler´s second, is a stand-alone, but apart from that it is rather difficult to pin it down. As I have read his debut, I expected a cosy mystery, but what exactly was it I got? … Continue reading

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>Friday´s Giveaway

>For European participants only. Have you participated in Wednesday´s Bait in the Box (win a gift voucher – international). And have you remembered to comment on my Anniversary post (win a gift voucher – international). Well, then it is time … Continue reading

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>A Herring Seller´s Joke

> [Murder? Oh, no, just your´s truly fixing her husband´s reading glasses] I did not know before reading L.C. Tyler´s debut that he has lived in Denmark. He has, and he certainly remembers a thing or two. In Tyler´s debut … Continue reading

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>A Crime Writer´s Manual

>While reading The Herring Seller´s Apprentice I couldn´t help noticing plenty advice for crime fiction writers. Here are a few examples. Which piece of advice do you think is most useful? “It was Elsie too who taught me that the … Continue reading

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>L.C. Tyler, The Herring Seller´s Apprentice (2007)

>(Denne britiske krimidebut er desværre ikke oversat – men mon ikke den kommer). The first-person narrator of this British debut, Ethelred Hengist Tressider, who is three writers in one (i.e. writing under three names he prefers to his own) has … Continue reading

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