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detective writers introducing other detective writers

I believe Ian Rankin introduced an edition of the Swedish writer couple; intelligent mostly tho what cultural centrism & isolation encouraged him to complain about the polysyllables: Kungsholmgatan. The merest contact with German or Dutch would confirm the Anglo-Saxon commonality. … Continue reading

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Dorothy L. Sayers’ Strong Poison

Strong Poison is its author’s alter ego scenario, the “if only it were me”. Having established the persona of Lord Peter Whimsey over several novels, the author brings both protagonists into contact, under, admittedly the worst of circumstances. Harriet Vane … Continue reading

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