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Life's big deal

We were walking through Hyde Park, going nowhere in particular, holding hands for a bit, then letting go as if holding hands wasn’t one of life’s big deals.

-Hugh Laurie, The Gun Seller


Book Review: The Gun Seller by Hugh Laurie

My boyfriend had been trying to get me to read this book for a while and finally a friend of mine let me borrow it. This is a story about an ex-military man who has turned into a hired gun of sorts. 181 more words


On the Bookshelf XXVII

Lessons in Music Form by Percy Goetschius
A fabulous little volume for music lovers of the thinking stripe: “There are two essentially different classes of music lovers. 261 more words

"The Gun Seller" Hugh Laurie

The Gun Seller

Laurie, Hugh


Adventure, Action, Noir, Crime, Comedy, Spy

Published 1996

This might be an exaggeration, but I’m pretty sure Hugh Laurie is an actual British treasure. 256 more words

Week 13: The Gun Seller by Hugh Laurie

I am equal parts in awe and in love with Hugh Laurie. A Cambridge alumnus, holder of a rowing Blue, a fantastic actor, a hilarious comedian, Stephen Fry’s mate, a brilliant musician, and now I’ve found out he’s also a great writer. 159 more words



“There once was a man who went to see a psychiatrist, crippled by a fear of flying. His phobia was based on the belief that there would be a bomb on any plane he boarded. 167 more words

The Gun Seller - Hugh Laurie

I have this morning finished reading Hugh Laurie’s comic thriller novel ‘the Gun Seller’. I was not at all surprised at the nature of the humour in the book, written by the man who brought us Blackadder’s Prince Regent, Lieutenant George and Bertie Wooster. 257 more words