Category Archives: Peter Temple

>Peter Temple, Bad Debts (1996)

>[Denne australske krimi er ikke oversat til dansk, men det er den prisbelønnede “Den knuste kyst” fra 2008] Australian debut, the first in the Jack Irish series, and my first Global Reading Challenge Review. A taste of the style (p … Continue reading

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>Peter Temple & Vegetables

>It is probably time to tell you what Peter Temple, or rather his characters, have to say on vegetables in The Broken Shore.“It´s likely to be murder. Lives, he´s a cabbage.” “Did you ever ask yourself why they hit on … Continue reading

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>NB: what fruit or vegetable are you?

>I came across the question “what kind of vegetable” in Peter Temple´s wonderful “The Broken Shore”. He has inspired me to write my own answer, but I will give you time to think about it – and perhaps share your … Continue reading

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>Peter Temple, The Broken Shore (2005)

>This crime novel is the first in Temple´s new series about homicide detective Joe Cashin who recently moved from Melbourne to his hometown. I haven’t read much Australian crime fiction so this was an excellent way for me to approach … Continue reading

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