Monthly Archives: April 2010

The Pyramid: Five Kurt Wallander mysteries | By Henning Mankell

Tweet I am not a big short story fan. Don’t really know why but I just never get into them a lot. I have read all of Jeffrey Archer’s and they are great but these are really good as well … Continue reading

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An Education

Tweet The screenplay for this movie was written by Nick Hornby who is one of the my favourite authors – he of the ‘About a Boy’ and ‘High Fidelity’ fame. This is a movie ultimately about the coming of age … Continue reading

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Bright Star

Tweet This movie is the heart wrenching tale of the borderline forbidden relationship between the poet John Keats and his muse Fanny Brawne in 19th Century England. It is beautifully written and directed by Jane Campion. Every finite expression is … Continue reading

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Faceless Killers: A Wallander Mystery | by Henning Mankell

Tweet This story begins on a remote farm in rural Sweden. An older man wakes up earlier than usual and notices a strange light in his neighbour’s window. Unfortunately for him he finds a crime scene that is truly heinous. … Continue reading

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Desert Heat | by J A Jance

Tweet This was the first in the Joanna Brady series set in Bisbee, Arizona. Having read all the others, this one was rarely available, one knows the eventual outcome but not the details. Joanna is still working for an insurance … Continue reading

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