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Yes indeed. Hope you will too.
Maybe a wise decision.
Toggle Commented Oct 23, 2014 on The Monogram Murders at Harriet Devine's Blog
Hope you enjoy it. I thought it was great.
Oh well never mind. It was fun to look back.
Toggle Commented Oct 21, 2014 on Archive Day at Harriet Devine's Blog
Its not scary at all! Go for it. Just good fun.
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2014 on The Book of Life at Harriet Devine's Blog
Solved! Thanks Rob. Daniel Gerhartz (1965-) is the artist. See this link:http://www.tuttartpitturasculturapoesiamusica.com/2011/06/daniel-f-gerhartz-kewaskum-wisconsin.html
Toggle Commented Oct 18, 2014 on Girl Drawing at Harriet Devine's Blog
Yes Joan -- perfect for Halloween!
Toggle Commented Oct 16, 2014 on The Book of Life at Harriet Devine's Blog
James, its somewhere in America. If you click the link to the website, I think it may tell you on there.
Toggle Commented Oct 13, 2014 on Woman Reading in Hammock at Harriet Devine's Blog
I love him too, Joan. Oh those lazy summer days!
Toggle Commented Oct 13, 2014 on Woman Reading in Hammock at Harriet Devine's Blog
Goodness - I didnt know this, obviously. Thanks for the info.
Toggle Commented Oct 12, 2014 on Under a Croatian Sun at Harriet Devine's Blog
Alex the earliest ones, I would say -- The Firm, The Pelican Brief, The Runaway Jury, A Time to Kill. I think you'd really like him -- look forward to hearing whether you do!
Of course she is, Tina -- silly me. Maybe comes of listening to audio instead of reading!
Toggle Commented Oct 7, 2014 on The Betrayal of Trust at Harriet Devine's Blog
Darlene I would start with Oscar and Lucinda. Wonderful book!
How interesting! I read Daddy Long Legs when I was a child and remember loving it. I wonder if anyone reads it now? Harriet Devine 6 La Marelle, 50240 Montanel, France
Toggle Commented Sep 28, 2014 on Woman Reading at Harriet Devine's Blog
Theft is next up for me!
Yes I too was stunned by Oscar and Lucinda. Hope you enjoy this one!
Yes Annabel I think the pressure must be a lot to do with it. A shame when there;s a lot of talent there which seems to get dissipated.
So agree about George, and with this in general. I just wrote about my disappointment with Reichs, who I used to adore. I'm sure you're right that the publishers want them to keep going though the lure of the money must be a help. Sad, though.
I've just finished it === amazing book. Look forward to your review!
Glad to hear you like Burke Alex. I look forward to trying her later books. Shame about Reichs - a lot of talent but spread too thin perhaps.
I think you are spot on, Paul. So interesting. Many thanks.
Toggle Commented Sep 15, 2014 on Woman Not Very Happy at Harriet Devine's Blog
Interesting replies! I too like Caroles husbands take, Mystica, in that I agree that the poor chap does look confused -- but that doesnt necessarily cancel out DPs feminist reading or Caroles perspective. Basically she isnt what he thought he was getting -- a nice little subservient wife -- shes got ideas of her own as hes rather appalled to discover...?
Toggle Commented Sep 14, 2014 on Woman Not Very Happy at Harriet Devine's Blog
Its up next Litlove - after the almost unbearable tension of The Paying Guests!
Toggle Commented Sep 13, 2014 on New Arrivals at Harriet Devine's Blog
Yes Carol Im a huge admirer of Sophie Hannah but love Christie in a different way. We shall see....
Toggle Commented Sep 12, 2014 on New Arrivals at Harriet Devine's Blog
Alex I totally agree in general about current/previous authors. But I make exception too -- I read Mike Ripleys new Margery Allingham for SNB, and as I love Hannah and Christie, I thought it worth a whirl. Ive read Jill Paton Walshs own excellent novels but not the Wimsey ones.
Toggle Commented Sep 10, 2014 on New Arrivals at Harriet Devine's Blog