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The Case Of The Late Pig
2022-07-06 18:00
A review of The Case of the Late Pig by Margery Allingham This is the ninth in Allingham’s Albert Campion series, originally published in 1937. It has a couple of unusual featur… Read More
Measure For Murder
2022-07-05 18:00
A review of Measure for Murder by Clifford Witting Originally published in 1941, this is the fifth in Witting’s Inspector Harry Charlton series and shows greater ambition in its… Read More
Fern Lore (2)
2022-07-04 18:00
Fern seeds were long associated with invisibility, a power especially useful for those up to no good. In Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part I Act II, Scene 1 (1596-7), Gladshill tries to… Read More
Names Of The Week (14)
2022-07-03 09:00
Don’t be misled by its size. Moffatt may only be a town with 120 residents on the edge of Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in southern Colorado’s San Luis Valley… Read More
Recycling Scheme Of The Week
2022-07-02 09:00
There’s gold in your urine, or at least a bit of cash. I had not realised but there is money to be made from the urine that you carry around in your bladder. The price has risen fr… Read More
Thirty-Three Of The Gang
2022-07-01 18:00
Poor people had much to put up with. To put a steam on the table was used to mean earning enough money to be able to afford a hot meal on Sunday. Failing that you might have to try a put… Read More
2022-06-30 18:00
The ginaissance demands that each distiller has a story to tell and the one behind Darnley’s Original London Dry Gin is rooted in Scottish history. The Wemyss family, pronounced We… Read More
The Two Tickets Puzzle
2022-06-29 18:00
A review of The Two Tickets Puzzle by J J Connington Connington, the nom de plume of chemistry professor, Alfred Stewart, took the bold step of “retiring” his normal polic… Read More
Five To Five
2022-06-28 18:00
A review of Five to Five by Dorothy Erskine Muir I am going through a phase of sampling authors from the so-called Golden Age of detective fiction who are new to me. Dorothy Erskine M… Read More
Fern Lore
2022-06-27 18:00
Dense stands of Britain’s most common fern, Pteridium aquilinum, bracken, carpet the floor of the woodlands near where I live, marking the progress of the year. Their tightly cu… Read More

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