ISBN: 9780451461254 See also: Author’s blog ; Synchronicity swirls and other foolishness The ghoul lady takes out her white linen handkerchief and uses one corner to dab at her watering left eye. It’s an old wound, a relic of her spent and reckless youth, but it still bothers her sometimes, especially when the weather Above (Read More)
Based on book by Steven Gould David Rice used to be your average chump. His word, not mine. But then he discovered that he could jump; transport himself instantly from one place to another. And suddenly his world is fabtastic. Money is easy, he simply jumps into a bank vault and jumps away with cash. (Read More)
trans. Sian Reynolds
I’m a huge fan of Fred Vargas’ work. And this book is no exception. The star, once more, is Commissaire Adamsberg. The plot revolves around a series of murders, the first in 1943, the latest takes place in the present of the book. Adamsberg has a special interest in this case, and the judge he believes to have committed these crimes. In each case the murder victim is killed by three stab wounds. And in each case an assailant has been found, always suffering from amnesia but also having a murder weapon in his possession. In each case the police decide that this individual is responsible and, there you go, case closed. Adamsberg is not so sure.
Yesterday a quiz, today a meme, it’s almost like going back in time. Stolen from xaosseed: 1. Go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Random The first article title on the page is the name of your band. 2. Go to http://www.quotationspage.com/random.php3 The last four words of the very last quote is the title of your album. 3. Go to (Read More)