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Thursday 2 July 2015
by Wulf
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I read lots of books and they range from the unputdownable to the unpickupable. On the fiction side, it is rare that I find a book that I can’t bring myself to finish; I am more interested though in the … Continue reading

Tuesday 15 April 2014
by Wulf
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No Man’s Nightingale by Ruth Rendell

Rendell’s Wexford is a long-lived character in a long-lived series. Although his life runs at a slower pace than normal time, he retired from the police a couple of books ago but he still makes his contributions to the causes … Continue reading

Thursday 7 March 2013
by Wulf
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Kathy Reichs has published 15 novels featuring forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan and I have read all of them. This morning, I polished off the final few chapters of the most recent, Bones are Forever. I imagine that writing a long-running … Continue reading