"Kristina Ohlsson's SILENCED. Have enjoyed her earlier books. This one kept my attention as the detectives worked through their procedure. However, the end was disappointing. Just couldn't believe the…"
"Just finished Indridason's STRANGE SHORES. As usual atmospheric, it describes what Erlendur has been doing in eastern Iceland.
Now reading Qui Xiaolong's RED MANDARIN DRESS, same theme of the solution of a murder crime in the…"
"Bridge of Sighs" is the first book is a series located in a non-specified Eastern European country from the end of WWII on. The characters are police detectives; each book focuses on one person from this group."
"When I made my list, I thought in terms of authors whose books I would buy as soon as they were published. Therefore, I omitted authors who were dead. I've read all of the books of the following dead authors:
"The best source of British TV shows is the Acorn TV web page. Acorn is a catalog mail order business featuring British TV series on DVD's and British-made souvenirs. They used to stream just the first episode of a series, hoping the viewers…"
"I did also. It's just that I wish he hadn't killed off the character. I read somewhere that his plan was to write books about the daughter who had (inexplicably) decided on becoming a police detective. In real life, the…"
"Currently reading IDES OF APRIL by Lindsey Davis. Several years ago, ms. Lindsey's long-time companion died. She announced that she wasn't sure she would continue writing. I'm sure glad she did. The main character is from the…"
Mysteries, Dave Matthews Band, and portraiture in beading occupy my free time. Looking forward to retirement --- more free time.
I Am A:
Books And Authors I Like:
Michael Connelly, Dennis Lehane, Ian Rankin, Colin Dexter, Val McDermid, Charlie Huston,Lawrence Block, Frederic Brown, Ken Bruen, James Lee Burke, James Sallis, Robert Crais, Lindsey Davis,
Michael Dibdin, Eric Garcia, Richard Morgan
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
Best TV show this season, no doubt about it, was Friday Night Lights.
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The sleepy town of Newbury, Connecticut, is shocked when a little girl is found brutally murdered. The town s top detective, perplexed by a complete lack of leads, calls in FBI agent Leia Bines, an expert in cases involving children.
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