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September 26, 2014



Hope you don't mind, but I've got one more to add. I was trying to figure out who had the links last night and couldn't do it.

Here's Mrs. Pollifax and the Second Thief from 1993: http://carstairsconsiders.blogspot.com/2014/09/book-review-mrs-pollifax-and-second.html

BV Lawson

Just added it, Mark! Thanks!

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora)

Thanks for including me today! A positive bounty of collaborators in fact.

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora)

Never read Ames but am really looking forward to it now - Yvette Banek is also a huge fan. Thanks.


I love love LOVE Delano Ames and my only regret is that he didn't write more Jane and Dagobert mysteries. So great to see that you enjoyed the first in the series.

BV Lawson

I think I agree with you there, Yvette!

Prashant C. Trikannad

Thank you for including my review of Tom Rachman's novel. It's a very good book. I didn't have a conventional FFB this week. I'm not familiar with Delano Ames but I'll be looking out for his novels, especially since he worked for British intelligence during WWII.

BV Lawson

Always glad to have you join in the FFB fun, Prashant - "conventional" or otherwise!

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