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Shelf Life: May We Suggest...

As of this writing, we’re a few days away from Thanksgiving.

In my house, we generally celebrate one holiday at a time, but we’ve been doing a lot of back-and-forth on suitable Christmas present ideas. 463 more words

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A Weekend in London - Why Mousetrap is a Must-See for Any Theatre-Goer

Taking a trip down to London for TheatreCraft 2018 (more about that in another post), we decided to make it a weekend of first’s. Stopping off for a quick hot chocolate we had a flick through a leaflet, finding an advertisement for the world’s longest running stage production. 261 more words

Travel Guides

To Sit Up Straight and be Well Behaved*

One of the characters we see in a lot of crime fiction is the ‘dutiful’ child (whether young or adult). That’s the one who never causes trouble, who looks after the elderly parents, takes over the family business, and so on. 1,246 more words

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An Ill Fated Kiss: Rock Hudson in The Mirror Crack'd

The Mirror Crack’d (1980) was adapted from Agatha Christie’s 1964 novel, The Mirror Crack’d From Side to Side. The film boasts some of the most famous actors of the 1950s and 1960s, Elizabeth Taylor, Tony Curtis, Kim Novak, Angela Lansbury, and of course, Rock Hudson. 2,450 more words

Blogathons

She Left a Note on the TV*

There are all sorts of clues that can drive a crime fiction novel. Some of them even inspire the sleuth. Those clues can take different forms, but, when they’re done well, they can invite the reader to follow along and find out what the clue means. 949 more words

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[Review buku & film] Murder on The Orient Express, Kenneth Branagh Bukan Hercule Poirot

Judul: Murder on the Orient Express – Pembunuhan di Orient Express
Penulis: Agatha Christie
Bahasa: Indonesia
Format: paperback, 360 hal.
Penerbit: Gramedia Pustaka Utama (2017) 1,460 more words

Based On Books-Movies

Footprints*

One of the first rules when there’s a crime is that the crime scene is not to be disturbed until it’s assessed. There are good reasons for that, too, as details about a crime scene can give valuable information about who the criminal is. 1,125 more words

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