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One Bad Turn - Sinéad Crowley

I really do enjoy this series featuring DS Claire Boyle which is based in Dublin partly because her thrillers are bang up to date with elements that are familiar to us all. 549 more words

Books I Have Read

The Zig Zag Girl by Elly Griffiths

When the body of a young woman is found, cut into three pieces, Detective Inspector Edgar Stephens is instantly reminded of a magic trick known as the Zig Zag Girl. 347 more words


My Upcoming Book....The Knowledge: Train Your Brain Like A London Cabbie

During the course of the past year I have been working on a book in conjunction with Quercus Publishing (a subsidiary of the Hachette UK Group). 98 more words


A View to the North

Summit Meadow to Sage Flat Trailhead via a 10,000 foot and a 9,400 foot knoll
(10 miles +2,300/-5,800 feet).

We got up this morning and assessed the weather.   418 more words


Olancha Pass

Sage Flat Trailhead to Summit Meadow
(6 miles, +4,000 feet/-500 feet).

It’s been dry so far in the Sierra this year, so I thought we might sneak in one more trip before the whole place gets socked in.   373 more words


"Semear Portugal por via aérea"

O projecto “Semear Portugal Por Via Aérea”, que vai ter início nos primeiros dias de Dezembro, pretende ajudar Portugal a renascer, lidando com as consequências dos incêndios que assolaram recentemente o país. 822 more words

New paper published - Oak gall wasp infections of Quercus robur leaves lead to profound modifications in foliage photosynthetic and volatile emission characteristics

Text by Linda-Liisa Veromann-Jürgenson

Everyone with keen eyes that has been walking in wooded areas in the recent years must have noticed small growths on tree leaves called galls. 444 more words