Monthly Archives: October 2010

Adoring Agatha

Well I have been quiet for a little while, this is for 2 reasons, 1) the whole family has had some sort of nasty cold/flu type thing and 2) I have been reading Laura Thompson’s biography of Agatha Christie which … Continue reading

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Much Marple

    Well I’ve been having a bit of a think – who is the best Marple? We’ve got a new one over here in the form of Julia MacKenzie (who I’ve always liked) but I have to confess, she … Continue reading

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A Lie For A Lie

Synopsis: Aggie Sloane-Wilcox likes to practice what her minister husband preaches – to a point. But babysitting a narcissistic “star” demands the patience of a saint, and Aggie isn’t bucking for a halo. Actor and singer Grady Barber has returned … Continue reading

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Football First.

Today I should be telling you all about ‘A Lie for a Lie’ which I finished yesterday. Today, however, is American football day and english telly is showing Kansas City vs Indianapolis, rather than the Greenbay Packers (my husband’s team). … Continue reading

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Delicious Dahl

I intended to try to convert a cookie recipe from a Joanne Fluke book to gluten-free today but I got waylaid by my lovely shiny new copy of ‘Miss Dahl’s Voluptuous Delights’. I have already cooked 3 of Sophie’s recipes … Continue reading

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Crazy Like a Cosy Addict

Well as I had a big old moan yesterday today I thought I’d focus on something I really used to enjoy. Does anyone out there remember ‘Crazy Like a Fox’?   Crazy Like A Fox   I just loved that … Continue reading

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Quick Moan

100 pages in to Lie for a Lie and nobody has been murdered yet! It does annoy me, there’s also way too many characters in this one. Maybe if the murder had happened earlier I’d be more interested in the … Continue reading

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Everyday Cosy

I got my first copy of the magazine ‘Everyday with Rachel Ray’, I just love it and I have to say it does not get cosier than this: How cute is that dog?

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Let There Be Suspects

As my reading is going a little slowly I thought I’d share my opinion of an earlier Emilie Richard’s book: ‘Let There be Suspects’. Synopsis: Aggie Sloan-Wilcox knows that as a minister’s wife, she can’t get involved in too many … Continue reading

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Plodding Along

Well I’m plodding along with ‘A Lie for a Lie’, usually I really like Emilie Richard’s ‘Ministry is Murder’ series, but I’m struggling a bit with this one. The new characters in town aren’t very likeable and some of the … Continue reading

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