Archive for September, 2009

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→Agatha Christie’s neat plots emerged from chaos – just like mine | Val McDermid

In googlereader on September 15, 2009

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→Galleries: Unleash your inner curator

In googlereader on September 14, 2009

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→You’re Likely to Live!

In googlereader on September 14, 2009

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The Language of Bees by Laurie R King

In books read on September 13, 2009

The only thing wrong with this book is that when I got to the end of it - wondering how on earth the author was going to wrap it all up in what seemed to be a very small number of pages left to read - the last page said "to be continued" across it. So, I am very much looking forward to the next Mary Russell adventure which I guess will be closely linked to this one.

Purchased on 28th August 2009.

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→Dont Quote Me…

In googlereader on September 11, 2009

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First Day at School

Flickr Pics 11th September 2009

on September 11, 2009 by kirsty

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Season Tickets Must Be Shewn HereTyne & Wear MetroShap SummitSignalThe Night FerryWave VWave IVWave IIIMidland Railway CompanyUnderground

11:09EustonPlayingReturn to DoverNot to RunWave IIMilkWave ICollected/DeliveredLondon & South Western

Please Show All Tickets - Way OutTicket Office IIITicket Office IIWaterlooThe Cornish RivieraVoiture ~ LitsTicket OfficeYorkshire MapRocketBullet Train II

No Photos PleaseGainsbro CentralGuard's VanBullet Train1870The All-Steel BicycleTravelling Post OfficeStreamlinedSouth Eastern & ChathamRowntree's

The CoronationMuseum Exhibit!Last Day at NurseryUnder the Train

Flickr Pics 10th September 2009

on September 10, 2009 by kirsty

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→Flickr Finally Goes Native With An iPhone App

In googlereader on September 8, 2009

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→Judging criminal suspects by their books

In googlereader on September 7, 2009

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The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters

In books read on September 6, 2009

On the one hand I was expecting to mostly like this as I loved reading The Night Watch a couple of years back. On the other hand I was a bit dubious about it being a ghost story as supernatural elements in books typically annoy me. These about cancelled each other out - I didn't love it or hate it. I liked the setting and the characters and I thought the ghostly elements were mostly unnecessary and it would have been a much better book without them there, there was enough interest in the story without them.

Purchased on 1st August 2009.


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