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Stranger than fiction
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Sunnie Gill Mar 23, 2007.

 

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Woman of a certain age who loves crime fiction, chocolate, dogs and travelling, not necessarily in that order
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Reginald Hill
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Review: Night Falls on Damascus

It is 1930. Nikolai Faroun is the son of a Lebanese Christian Maronite and a Russian circus performer. Nikolai is an Inspector in the French-run Damascus police force.

Life in Syria isn't easy. Appointed after the end of the First

World War to prepare Syria for self-rule, the French are running the

country and have no intention of leaving. This has created a great

deal of tension and has divided the nation. The French regard the

Syrians…

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Posted on May 2, 2007 at 3:56pm

Review: HIDDEN DEPTHS - Ann Cleeves

Title: Hidden Depths

Author: Ann Cleeves

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

This edition published: April, 2007

ISBN: 978-0-230-01612-5

Format: Trade Paperback

Price: $32.95

371 Pages



Twelve-year-old Luke Armstrong is a troubled boy, diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome. His only friend, Thomas, drowned several months ago despite Luke's best efforts to save him. So when Luke's mother discovers her son dead in the bath, her first reaction is suicide. But there are… Continue

Posted on April 11, 2007 at 11:57am

Book Review: DIAMOND DOVE - Adrian Hyland

Title: Diamond Dove

Author: Adrian Hyland

Publisher: Text Publishing

Released: August, 2006



Emily Tempest has returned to the Northern Territory to visit the aboriginal community, Moonlight Downs, in which she grew up. Emily left in her teens; her father sent her to live with an aunt in order to keep her out of trouble and get a decent education. At 26 years of age, Emily is back. She's not sure why. Perhaps to visit her father or maybe it's a need to find out where she… Continue

Posted on March 23, 2007 at 10:23am

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At 10:31pm on October 14, 2007, Fiona said…
Hi Sunnie

With Karen looking over my shoulder I have now finished setting up my Crimespace page. I hope that things have calmed down at work now, it sounded awful for you.

Did you know that Ian Rankin will be in Melbourne soon. On 14 and 15 November, one of the events will be in conversation with Shane Maloney.
At 11:17pm on September 5, 2007, carole gill said…
thanks so much, Sunnie! chat soon.
At 9:43pm on September 5, 2007, carole gill said…
Thanks for that. No, I'll get to them. What's library thing? sounds interesting.
At 8:12pm on September 5, 2007, carole gill said…
Wow. My husband, John comes from Holmfirth, from a farm would you believe and me from Manhattan! He comes from West Yorkshire, where we both live now. I asked him once if his people came from any other place and he said Yorkshire--how about that?! We live a few miles from Wakefield. It's semi rural actually. but I love it. I don't think I could ever live in a city again. by the way, I love your dog! we have two, Penny and Indiana Jones and they're the proud parents of five puppies! two boys and three girls. the puppies are just ten days old today! love "chatting" to you!
At 6:04pm on September 5, 2007, carole gill said…
my husband's name is Gill! How about that. It's suppose to be a Yorkshire name. I bet you have better weather than we do, though!
At 4:04am on May 10, 2007, LC Fraser said…
But it is pretty. It makes me want to paint a room black and use dark almost blacks and brilliant colours to decorate it.
At 2:51pm on May 7, 2007, Sunnie Gill said…
Mary. That's the way with Jack Russells. Two speeds. Hyperactive and comatose and not a lot in between. He's 5 now and is starting to become a bit more sensible, although very demanding of attention and hates when we give that attention to another dog.

Lynne. Daring. That's a word. I just chose random colours .
At 1:35pm on May 7, 2007, LC Fraser said…
Wow - I like your decor! Very daring but it works. Well done.
At 9:43am on April 20, 2007, Mary Saums said…
I love Chester. Can I have him? He's actually still in this picture.
At 11:08am on April 11, 2007, Sunnie Gill said…
HI Sally, glad you finally made it.
Yvonne, I chose my dog because his face isn't likely to frighten anyone.
 
 
 

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