No, I haven’t bought an iPhone, don’t be silly. Anyway, I’m happy with my Symbian based Nokia 5800XM and when I tire of it I’ll get an Android based phone. No, the inevitable is a little different. For background, I love to read and always have done. As a child, if I didn’t have a [...]
As a notoriously lazy person, I like to receive free things for very little effort. It makes me almost want to exert myself. So,when one of my satirical stops launched a competition to receive 3 free signed copies of new detective novels and all they wanted was for entrants to retweet stories, well, I was [...]
This is the post I had planned to make before I messed up. As someone with an interest in the various tricks that psychics, mediums, tarot readers and similar use, Ian Brodie‘s suggestion that I read this book was welcome. Ian Rowland is a very clear and concise writer and clearly has a love for [...]
I enjoy reading a good detective novel. I prefer the more “hard boiled” detective, but once in a while I like to read about a more cerebral detective. The most famous of these is, of course, Sherlock Holmes. Erast Fandorin could well be described as a “Russian Holmes”. He applies logic to his dealings with [...]
Thanks to the Private Eye for running excerpts from this excellent book in the magazine. To step away from my main story, you should try to read at least one copy of the mag, it is the only real satirical magazine in the UK and the only publication which investigates and attacks all the parties [...]
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