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Monthly Archives: November 2004
Am currently reading On Beulah Height, by Reginald Hill. Not very far into it, but the change of pace is startling after Destination: MORGUE!, I have to admit. There is a distinct paucity of Hill info on the web, just … Continue reading
Here, as promised earlier, is a slightly edited version of my Palimpsest post about James Ellroy: Frankly, James Ellroy is God. He is without doubt the world’s best living crime author, and I’d wager that he’d the best crime writer … Continue reading
The SCO website was cracked this afternoon, with this amusing effort: Very good!
My sister has just bought a laptop and she wants to go on Broadband with it. She asked for a bit of advice, and I might just have gone over the top a bit on the security issue… I’d seriously … Continue reading