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Sam Smith Mystery Series Characters #5

Sam Smith Mystery Series Characters #5 


One day, Sam walked into her office to find a cat sitting on her desk. He had jumped in through a partially open side window and made himself at home. 54 more words

Detective Fiction

Gayle Hunnicutt in 'Marlow' 1969

Gayle Hunnicutt: American actress of the 60s, played Mavis Wald in Marlowe (1969), film version of Raymond Chandler’s novel The Little Sister, with James Garner as private detective Phillip Marlowe and Bruce Lee as a villain. The film bombed.


Shakespeare and Marlowe, star-crossed lovers?

Well, what do you know? When I fed the birth data of William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe into the online astrology service Astrodienst, this was the result (taken from the free sample): 761 more words

Gay Love


a portrait of my girls once a week every week 

Roxy – a quiet moment. We have moved the computer downstairs as it was gathering dust in the spare room and really only getting used when i edit some photos ( and im sure the tapping of the keys wakes Marlowe up who is so sensitive!)  Roxy loves the new screen saver, its in the style of an old school flip alarm clock and she thinks its magic and loves figuring out what the numbers are, its actually going to be really good for her number recognition. 102 more words

The 52 Project

What lines set you alight?

I was going to blog about ‘A world without William Shakespeare’ but the prospect was too horrendous – even if Christopher Marlowe hadn’t been killed so young. 296 more words


Saturday morning nature walk

This past weekend we decided we needed to get the kids out of the house and into the sunshine for a hike in nature. We are lucky to live in an area where you don’t have to go far to enjoy a quick hike. 577 more words


Marlowe by Jardins d'Ecrivains

WHAT I SMELL:  Marlowe opens with an almost stinging tuberose note that quickly turns to a big and bursting soured floral.  I can’t say that it’s pretty, but it’s intriguing in that it feels like there’s some measure of decay involved.   248 more words