Day: February 28, 2018

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Robert Galbraith (J.K. Rowling): The Cuckoo’s Calling

J.K. Rowling Does “Mystery” … and really, is there anything she can’t write? This may not be the most ingenious of plots (supermodel with “issues” falls to her death from the balcony of her high rise apartment; after the police have declared her death a probable suicide and closed the case, her brother shows up […]

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Mavis Doriel Hay: Death on the Cherwell

Enid Blyton in Oxford Meh.  I think if the protagonists of this mystery had been some 3 or 5 years younger, and if I’d read this in my teens or preteens, I’d have loved it — this is exactly the sort of book I used to swallow way back when (Enid Blyton’s O’Sullivan Twins / […]

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Kill Your Darlings: The Victims

Reblogged from: Moonlight Reader               Original post: ThemisAthena.booklikes.com/post/1645675/kill-your-darlings-the-victims

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Radclyffe Hall: The Well of Loneliness

The Love That Dare Shout Its Name (and Boy, Does It Ever) Stephen Gordon grows up in the Malvern Hills of rural Worcestershire, the child of a rich local landowner and an Irish mother, from early on learns to hunt, fence, and engage in a plethora of other outdoor occupations, experiences first amorous stirrings for […]

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