Tag: mystery novels

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Kind and Clever and Sensibly Dressed

Clever, kind, and sensibly dressed. Now that’s a character description which has me hooked. And ready to curl up by the fire with a good book.

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Mystery Lovers’ Nirvana

When you read, and listen to, and watch three great mysteries in the same week, that’s called Mystery Lovers’ Nirvana.

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When Winter Gets Nasty, It’s Time To Hunker Down, With a Book

When winter gets nasty it’s time to hunker down with a good book. Here’s some of my winter reading.

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Mystery Lovers Anonymous

Remember the good old days? When P.D. James, Ruth Rendell, Reginald Hill, or Colin Dexter published a new mystery novel, and you’d rush to the book store to buy it, or put yourself on a very long list at the …

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Reading. Sometimes It’s Like Falling In Love

Many years ago when I was in my twenties, I quit a job I hated, left a life that wasn’t making me happy, and moved home to New Brunswick to get myself back on track. I was determined to try to …

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Being a Teenager Can Be Murder… Literally.

I’m home in New Brunswick this week and next. Staying with my mum in her new little home. Mum moved out of the old farmhouse a couple of years ago, and into a much smaller, and more manageable house, but …

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Addicted To Murder

The sun is shining; it’s a beautiful weekend, and I  am inside with my nose stuck in a book. I can’t help it… I am addicted to reading. And if I don’t get the required hours immersed in my book …

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