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Review: The Girl Who Wasn't There

ISBN: 978 0 349 14046 9

Published by Abacus, an imprint of Little, Brown

There are some books that grip from the first page, some that intrigue and keep you reading. 720 more words

Call Me Unpredictable*

In Agatha Christie’s short story Triangle at Rhodes, Hercule Poirot is taking a holiday at a luxury hotel on the Island of Rhodes. One day he has a conversation with a fellow guest, Pamela Lyall. 1,094 more words

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The girl who wasn't there by Ferdinand von Schirach (Abacus)

“On a fine spring day in the year 1838, a new kind of reality was created on the Boulevard de Temple in Paris”

That reality was of course photography which is part of the theme here. 522 more words

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Hace ene que no escribo, lo sé. Y, de hecho, la última vez que lo hice fue para anunciar la tremenda maratón que se venía. Clic… 1,205 more words

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The Girl Who Wasn't There by Ferdinand von Schirach (2013)

The Kindle was looking pretty uninspiring on holiday in France, so a desperate search of the bookshelves brought this little German gem to the surface.  The authorial style reminded me of something … ah yes!   84 more words

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Reading Highlights - June 2015

I surprised myself in June by reading all of nine, yes nine books. Well I read seven and listened to another two. Unlikely to keep this up for long though. 1,069 more words

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"The Girl who wasn't there" by Ferdinand von Schirach - review

I’ll be blunt about this from the outset: I found “The Girl who wasn’t there” to be quite a strange book.  Not necessarily in a bad way, I hasten to add, but I got to the end feeling slightly unsure as to what exactly it was I’d just read – and on top of that, the hunch that I wasn’t… 624 more words

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