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#reading Fred Vargas ' Sous les vents de Neptune '

like IT! :like

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I started reading again (as the Christmas approaches) Hercule Poirot's Christmas , after about 35 years since the last time, and as perhaps you remember, in the introduction there is a dedication for .... James , :-) so it's perfect.

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Jajajajajaja
  
heavy black heart
  
Also:

snowed in mysteries


Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries - Murder Under the Mistletoe
Agatha Christie's Marple - The Sittaford Mystery
Lord Peter Wimsey - The Nine Tailors
Poirot - Murder on the Orient Express
Poirot - The Labours of Hercules
Series - Fortitude

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maybe tonight :D
yesterday a grimm evening with my daughter
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grimm_(TV_series)
  
not bad, I like it, maybe just too squeezed (few episodes for so much history and details in the books).
cer
  
find "me" here now, @James Lamentus: parlementum@parlementum.net
  
Murder on the Orient Express (2017)

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Directed by Kenneth Branagh.  With Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Penélope Cruz, Daisy Ridley. A lavish train ride unfolds into a stylish & suspenseful mystery. From the novel by Agatha Christie, Murder on the Orient Express tells of thirteen stranded strangers & one man's race to solve the puzzle before the murderer strikes again.


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Vi la de los 70, de Sidney Lumet, con un magnífico Albert Finney en el papel de Poirot. Me gustó lo suyo. Branagh es de los que da una de cal y otra de arena :-/ . Espero que con pase con esta como copn su versión de "La huella".
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@rafa I didn't know that there was a version by Lumet, I'm going to watch it ASAP :)
  
Yes, really interesting film.
cer
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"The criminal is the creative artist; the detective only the critic."
The Innocence of Father Brown, G K Chesterton

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TV's Columbo was based on the investigator Porfiry Petrovich in Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment. Who knew?

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Tea, Sandwiches, and Murder

cer
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Crimson Snow (British Library Crime Classics) by Martin Edwards

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Click to read more about Crimson Snow (British Library Crime Classics) by Martin Edwards.  LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers


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Appleby's End by Michael Innes

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Click to read more about Appleby's End by Michael Innes.  LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers


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La figura del detective ha recorrido el mundo a lo largo de un siglo y medio. Desde Estados Unidos, donde nació, hasta la Unión Soviética. ¿Cuáles son los detectives más recordados? En esta primera entrega repasamos las literaturas de Edgar Poe, Rodolfo Walsh, Yulián Semionov, Georges Simenon y Raymond Chandler.


Los 10 detectives más recordados de la literatura mundial (I)

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by Manuel (post)
  
Cormoran Strike series

Career of Evil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Career of Evil is the third novel in the Cormoran Strike series, written by J. K. Rowling and published under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith.[1] It is preceded by The Cuckoo's Calling and The Silkworm. The novel was released on 20 October 2015 in the United States[2] and on 22 October 2015 in the United Kingdom.[3] On 24 April 2015, Little, Brown a...


https://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/may/31/jk-rowling-robert-galbraith-career-of-evil-shortlisted-theakston-prize
  
Parents Of Murder Victim Believe His Parrot Witnessed Crime

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The bird repeated what sounds like an argument, including the phrase, "Don't f***ing shoot."


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reading https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Naked_Sun

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"Like its famous predecessor, The Caves of Steel, this is a whodunit story."

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--The New York Journal of Books said: «Forty Days Without Shadow is more than a splendidly told murder investigation and its consequences. It is a fascinating telling of bloody history, culture, and indigenous people struggling against all odds to survive. The winter scenes are frighteningly real, at times leaving you breathless and filled with awe.»--

Olivier Truc: the bestselling French author of thrillers set in Lapland

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Olivier Truc is a French well-known author of best-selling thrillers set in Sweden and Norway, which have been translated into several languages. A journalist since 1986, Olivier Truc has been based


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I am in Napoli now  , with the  bastardi di Pizzofalcone .

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#tripping
 Coruscant 
it is a bit of time that I am not well, I have already gone to the hospital but still do not understand well what I have, and from where are my sorrows.
the heavy thing is that the pain wake up me in the middle of the night...argh
Meanwhile I threw myself in this novel:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bat_%28novel%29

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R.I.P. Umberto Eco

The Name of the Rose - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Name of the Rose (Italian: Il nome della rosa [il ˈnoːme della ˈrɔːza]) is the 1980 debut novel by Italian author Umberto Eco. It is a historical murder mystery set in an Italian monastery, in the year 1327, an intellectual mystery combining semiotics in fiction, biblical analysis, medieval studies, and literary theory. It was translated i...


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@Ninah Pixie ☥  you can see my posts and  I can see yours ;-) , but  my comments and like in  your post do not arrive in your pod. :(
This is the problem  of new diaspora versions ( as your pod)
I like  and comment  your  posts but you do not see nothing unfortunately.
Maybe now you understand better what happen.
  
there are  a lot of my comments in yours  last posts ( the last 15/20 days - you can imagine)

as : test, test 1, test again , argh, testing, again, oooo , abc  etc... :)

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The Greek Coffin Mystery - Q.B.I.

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The well-known author of detective novels Philip MacDonald says that this was the detective novel with the  most amazing solution he had ever read...


From the very beginning, the Khalkis case struck a somber note. It began, as was peculiarly harmonious in the light of what was to come, with the death of an old man. Georg Khalkis, internationally famous art dealer and collector, died of heart failure. After his funeral, his attorney found that the will was missing and immediately called in the di...
 
I finally started reading this book, and already I like the first pages. :like
  
I downloaded the lot and will be inserted into the "light" reading queue after the present group of PGW's is done.
 Nar Shaddaa 
simply genius