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Arguably the greatest detective novel of all time

The Nine Tailors by Dorothy L. Sayers My rating: 5 of 5 stars This, the ninth of Sayers’s eleven full length Wimsey novels, is the one that lifts her above the category of twentieth-century female detective novelist, and places her … Continue reading

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The art of reading

One of my roles in the day-job is to act as client representative for a large building and refurbishment project. I recently asked the architect about the feasibility of removing a structural column to allow for improved circulation in the … Continue reading

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