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Vera begins filming series nine; plotlines revealed

Quietly and assuredly, Vera has become one of the most watched crime dramas in the UK. Adapted from multi-award-winning author Ann Cleeves’ best-selling novels, Brenda Blethyn has become one of the staples of British television because of it. 337 more words


Raven Black (Shetland 1) by Ann Cleeves

An excellent start…

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A few days after New Year, sixteen-year-old Catherine Ross is found strangled in the snow in the middle of a field. 723 more words

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Reading and Watching

As was obvious from yesterday’s post, most everybody who is anybody was at Malice Domestic last weekend. This year I missed the fun.

It would have been great to hang out with my MCW colleagues Lea Wait, Barb Ross, Kathy Lynn Emerson, Maureen Milliken and Bruce Coffin, not to mention the hundreds of other mystery writers who converge on unsuspecting Bethesda, Maryland every spring. 565 more words

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Bookish selfie...

A snapshot of my reading week in quotes…

….Luckily for Frederick – or the Palatine, as he was called in England – he had some potent weapons in his wooing arsenal. 882 more words

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TBR Thursday 155...

Episode 155…

The steady decline in the TBR has stalled temporarily. It’s jumped up 1 to 218, but I’m sure it will fall again soon… 883 more words

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Red Bones (Shetland #3) by @anncleeves Crime/Mystery in the Shetland Isles #FridayReads

Author: Ann Cleeves

Published: (my edition) 2015 by Pan Books

Category: Crime, Mystery, Suspense, Book Review

When a young archaeologist studying on a site at Whalsay discovers a set of human remains, the island settlers are intrigued.

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