Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios

Today
July
23
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just three stories left...and it looks like the last one - 'The Mystery of Black Rock Creek' - is some kind of group effort, ...
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The books comprising the ‘Millennium Trilogy’ have achieved, albeit posthumously, almost legendary status for Stieg Larsson. ...
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While Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God is a deeply loved masterpiece, many people do not know about her work collecting...
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It's been a while since I finished The Longest Journey (still need to write a review) and now that tennis plans are on ice fo...
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another creepy Crime Thriller giving me a severe case of the jitters. which means I love it...but after two of these in a row...
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this is so riveting and reads so smooth that I should get it done tomorrow morning. the blurb from Ian Rankin on the cover of...
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Finishing this off with a cup of tea. I love Saturday mornings.
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by L.M. Montgomery Non-fiction This started out with a dramatic scenario description, written in second person, sort of g...
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I'm conflicted about this one so far. It's not a bad biography but I'm also not thrilled with it...
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“Yes, as Mr McBryde was saying, but it’s much more the Anglo-Indians themselves who are likely to get on Adela’s nerves. She ...
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I know I read one of the Ashenden tales when I read, years ago, an anthology called The Mammoth Book of Short Spy Novels - it...
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It appears that the author has given me a rest from her dissection of Forster's love life and we now a have a (hopefully exte...
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Disclaimer: ARC via Netgalley You might not recognize Henry Worsley’s name, but you mostly likely have hear...
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Ohje, dieser Roman des Schweizer Schriftstellers Adolf Muschg war für mich bedauerlicherweise ein sehr sprödes auf Gewalt get...
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I'm very sorry people, but I can't do this anymore. I'm not having a remotely good reading experience. Reading about how frec...
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