Archive for September, 2005

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The Pearl Diver by Sujata Massey

In books read on September 30, 2005

I've read the book, but not yet written anything down about it. Check back later (maybe!).

Purchased on 20th September 2005.

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Flickr Pics 27th September 2005

on September 27, 2005 by kirsty

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Don’t You Have Time To Think? by Richard Feynman

In books read on September 26, 2005

Collection of letters to/from Feynman, edited by his daughter. Some bits interesting, other bits pretty tedious; expect every reader will find different bits interesting though.

Borrowed.

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Flickr Pics 25th September 2005

on September 25, 2005 by kirsty

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Call the Dying by Andrew Taylor

In books read on September 23, 2005

Good to be back in Lydmouth with things moving on. I'd thought that this book might draw the curtain on this series but I think that a whole new act has just begun.

Purchased on 20th September 2005.

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Flickr Pics 23rd September 2005

on September 23, 2005 by kirsty

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Flickr Pics 21st September 2005

on September 21, 2005 by kirsty

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Frustration

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Flickr Pics 20th September 2005

on September 20, 2005 by kirsty

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The DNA Detectives by WJ Wall

In books read on September 19, 2005

Interesting collection of ideas, facts and stories about DNA. From how DNA profiling works and was developed to criminal cases where the technique been used, misused and abused. Pretty lightweight and I've heard a lot of it before. On the whole a decent read all the same although it's let down by a few bits of bad writing/editing. If anything the language was a little too concise at times, fine in scientific writing but a bit of excess verbiage doesn't do any harm in a book at bedtime type of read if it stops you from missing the salient facts and getting confused.

Borrowed.

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Flickr Pics 17th September 2005

on September 17, 2005 by kirsty

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