Monthly Archives: August 2012

Swansong

This is the last of the Harry hole series and in some ways I’m glad. It’s been a great journey and I would not want the series endlessly extended just to please a chewing-gum-readership. We need to move on and … Continue reading

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Imperial or imperious?

the guardian says it best… I’m a fan of the writings of this author and read extremely loud… quite a long time before it was ever a film. I also like the art where books are sculpted (I’ll find the … Continue reading

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The weird and wonderful world of…

Having recently read books 1 and 2 (see below ), I was keen to get this k e and complete the experience. To reassure you; it does conclude the book but to worry you: it does not do so in … Continue reading

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The curate and his oeuf

! This ebook is a not inconsiderable collection of short stories,poetry and tall tales. The writer has taken a great deal of effort over these and it is clear there is much talent. I did begin to wonder quite why … Continue reading

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F f f freezing

A nice quick read this one. Unusually for me, I did work out the sequence of events before they were explained to me. I liked the way that the various murders/suicides were all linked by a common theme. Rather interestingly … Continue reading

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Not in Kansas now…

“Going Out” written by Scarlett Thomas… Scarlett Thomas has not updated her blog / website recently but has obviously been a little bit busy and continued to write books. Normally Im overflowing with praise for her work, but this one … Continue reading

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