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Murder in Mesopotamia: crime, archaeology and Agatha Christie

Murder in Mesopotamia: crime, archaeology and Agatha Christie

If you're new here, why not subscribe to our email updates or follow us on Facebook? You can also add us to your Google Reader. Thanks for visiting! Yesterday I popped along to the Murder in Mesopotamia talk at the Melbourne Museum. Presented by both the museum and Sisters in Crime, the event looked at the influence of archaeology on Agatha Christie’s...

Book Review: The Last Days of the Incas by Kim Macquarrie

Book Review: The Last Days of the Incas by Kim Macquarrie

One of my habits when travelling is picking up books left behind in hotels or hostels (admittedly, most likely the latter. I’m a starving writer.), as they’re often something I would not otherwise have come across. The quilting mystery I reviewed recently, for example, is one such book, as is the chick-lit novel I picked up in Bali. Kim...

Book Review: Because of You by Cathy Maxwell

Book Review: Because of You by Cathy Maxwell

The version of Because of You  that landed on my doorstep doesn’t have the sweet cover above. Rather, it’s rather more of the soft porn variety (fiance took some time to do an artistic assessment of the cover, by the way. Note: fiance is generally not artistically inclined). My initial thoughts, admittedly, were “oh dear.” But this is...

Book Review: Cleocatra’s Kushion by Robin Price

Book Review: Cleocatra’s Kushion by Robin Price

  Robin Price of I Am Spartapuss fame is back with the fifth book in this series where cats really do, as we’ve long suspected, rule the world. Like the first in the series, puns are flung about with gleeful abandon, and those who tire of linguistic witticisms may need to take a break every now and then; likewise, those who take their history rather...

Review: The Emperor’s Tomb by Steve Berry

Review: The Emperor’s Tomb by Steve Berry

Steve Berry doesn’t muck around. Within five pages retired Justice Department operative Cotton Malone finds himself yanked away from his daily potterings in his Copenhagen bookshop and swept up in all manner of conspiracies, double crossings, and rat-a-tat shootings. The catalyst for all of this? Cotton’s ex-colleague and wealthy amateur...

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