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Fred Vargas, An Uncertain Place, translated from the French by Sian Reynolds (London: Vintage, 2012 ). A rather gruesome outing for Commissaire Adamsberg and his team 3.5 stars Opening line: Commissaire Adamsberg knew how to iron shirts. Fred Vargas is one of my … Continue reading
Now that it’s July, my thoughts are turning to the serious business of holiday reading. Choosing reading matter to take on holiday is something I take extremely seriously: an afternoon of peaceful reading with ice-cubes tinkling in a cool drink by my … Continue reading