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Hope you enjoy it. I thought it was great.
Oh well never mind. It was fun to look back.
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on Archive Day at Harriet Devine's Blog
Its not scary at all! Go for it. Just good fun.
Toggle Commented 3 days ago 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 5 days ago on Girl Drawing at Harriet Devine's Blog
Yes Joan -- perfect for Halloween!
Toggle Commented 7 days ago 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
I like the sound of a novel about Aphra Behn -- thanks for the tip, Annabel, I must look out for this.
Thanks. Yes the painting at the top is nice -- can't remember where I got it from, though!
Toggle Commented Sep 9, 2014 on Woman Reading at Harriet Devine's Blog