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TOP 5 WEDNESDAYS: Books That Aren't Set In/Inspired By The Western World

First of all let me explain a bit about this tag in case you don’t know about it. It’s a tag created by Samantha from Toughts on Tomes… 594 more words


What's On My Shelf

t first, I had no idea how to do this, it took me so long to figure out how to work this out. Now, when I know how to match shelf with a number I feel like a moron. 1,620 more words


You Know the People Were Quite Pleased 'Cause the Outlaw Had Been Seized*

As this is posted, it’s 137 years since Australian bushranger Ned Kelly was captured. Later that year, he was hanged. His exploits became the stuff of legend; in fact, some of Australia’s highest awards for crime fiction are called the Ned Kelly Awards – the ‘Neddies.’ 923 more words


Jussi Adler-Olsen: Szelfik (részlet)

1995. november 18., szombat
Fogalma sem volt, mennyi ideje rugdossa a sáros, száraz leveleket. A keze teljesen elgémberedett a hidegtől, és a házból kihallatszó, egyre élesebb kiáltások már olyan dühösen és keményen csattantak, hogy belesajdult a mellkasa.

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Hamarosan érkezik a Q- ügyosztály újabb története! Interjú Jussi Adler-Olsennel

Honnan merít ihletet?

– Annak, aki nyitott szemmel jár, bármi adhat ötletet. Az újságok, a tévé, a minket körülvevő emberek. Bármi lehet egy jó sztori építőkockája: mondjuk egy furcsa reakció vagy egy hibás döntés. 1,152 more words


He Hears But Cannot Answer to Your Call*

When there’s a crime, one of the important things that police do is talk to the people involved. Whether those people tell the truth or lie, the investigator can usually get some useful information. 1,048 more words

Agatha Christie

READ THE WORLD - Denmark: The Keeper of Lost Causes by Jussi Adler-Olsen

Copenhagen Detective Inspector Carl Mørck has been taken off Homicide to run a new department for unsolved crimes and he’s not happy about it. Soon things get busy when his first case concerns Merete Lynggaard, a politician who vanished five years ago. 347 more words