- Forgotten book: The Saint – Wanted For Murder by Leslie Charteris
- Current Reading – Horowitz, Anderson, Bryson
- FFB: A Natural History of Dragons, A Memoir by Lady Trent by Marie Brennan
- It’s Hot!
- Current Reading: Heywood, McManus, Sullivan
- Forgotten Book: Hazzard by Frederick C. Davis
- Current Reading: Rhys Bowen, Lissa Evans
- FFB: Crime Through Time edited by Monfredo & Newman
- Current Reading – Gailey, Dozois, Goldman
- FFB: The Jewel That Was Ours by Colin Dexter
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Monthly Archives: July 2017
It’s been hot and will be getting hotter: in the 90s now and 106 expected in a couple of days. I really hate this kind of heat, and it drains all the energy out of me. I don’t even feel … Continue reading
After finishing the Patricia Moyes mystery, I was in the mood for some science fiction, so I decided to read Linesman by S. K. Dunstall, a mass market paperback I bought last year. I liked it quite a lot, both for … Continue reading
This is the 262nd in my series of forgotten or seldom read books A Six-Letter Word For Death by Patricia Moyes, Henry Holt (an Owl Book) 1985 mass market paperback I have long been a fan of the mystery novels of … Continue reading
It’s peak Summer garden time, and I took some photos Sunday. Our Lilies are especially magnificent this year. Lots of pictures for you. Click to see larger image.
I finished Icerigger by Alan Dean Foster, which I first became aware of through a blog review, though I don’t recall which blog. I enjoyed it. It’s nothing literate or thought-provoking, just a fun SF novel about a group of people who … Continue reading
Having a bad day – the old devil migraine.
Two books read this time, in addition to the Civil War book I reviewed for my FFB. Miraculous Mysteries, edited by Martin Edwards, is a collection of “locked-room murders and impossible crimes”. An anthology of 16 stories, published recently by British … Continue reading
this is the 262nd in my series of forgotten or seldom read books The Coming Fury – Centennial History of the Civil War, Volume I, by Bruce Catton, Doubleday hardcover (1961) 565 pages – Winner of both the Pulitzer Prize and the National … Continue reading
Okay, I bought the new iMac. It’s 27-inch with the Retina display. It has a quad‑core 3.3GHz Core i5 processor, a 2TB Fusion Drive, and a 2GB AMD Radeon R9 M395 graphics processor. I upgraded the RAM at the point … Continue reading