There wouldn’t be a school in, oh, I don’t know, America, somewhere, currently studying this poem by any chance, would there? Looking at stats, it seems an… 89 more words
Between the silver ribbon of morning and the green glittering ribbon of sea, the boat touched Harwich and let loose a swarm of folk like flies, among whom the man we must follow was by no means conspicuous—nor wished to be. 7,530 more words
This is the first in a series exploring the best design in crime and detective novels, starting with an absolute icon, the Marber Grid.
As an artist myself and being married to a graphic designer I am always drawn to a book by its cover, and classic crime is no exception. 581 more words
From G.K. Chesterton, (1874–1936), British writer whose prolific and diverse output included works of philosophy, ontology, poetry, play writing, journalism, public lecturing and debating, literary and art criticism, biography, Christian apologetics, and fiction, including fantasy and detective fiction, 50 more words