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The Red House Mystery – A.A. Milne

Long long ago, not so very far away, I read this, completely delighted by the fact that the creator of Winnie-the-Pooh wrote a murder mystery. I loved it then, and so was happy when The Red House Mystery was chosen … Continue reading

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130 years of A.A. Milne

On January 18, 1882 in Hampstead, London, A.A. Milne was born. I missed Tolkien’s birthday (and, yes, rather moreso, Christmas) – I could not in good conscience miss A.A. Milne’s. *raises glass to both* Thank you, gentlemen, with all my … Continue reading

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Who the Hell is Pansy O’Hara?

Over dinner one night, apparently, the writers of Who the Hell is Pansy O’Hara? (Jenny Bond and Chris Sheedy) began discussing popular books and the paths taken to their publication – and this evolved into a book about books: as the subtitle … Continue reading

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