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Author Topic: A Cornish Christmas Mystery  (Read 3629 times)

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Offline MalcolmAL

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Re: A Cornish Christmas Mystery
« Reply #90 on: January 16, 2018, 01:05:16 am »
to make them last...
I would advise (!ahem) buy them all as soon as your piggy bank allows and get them read, enjoy,  put into your library, re-read from decade to decade because,
who knows , , ,
slings and arrows of outrageous fortune
 :worried:
Iím just about to finish the latest one entitled A Christmas Railway Mystery
two down so far for me
Does poor ol' Lemming get beat up in every one ! ?  if so he must be in a bit of a state by Christmas  :'(

two more on order :)





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Re: A Cornish Christmas Mystery
« Reply #91 on: January 16, 2018, 09:12:21 am »
to make them last...
I would advise (!ahem) buy them all as soon as your piggy bank allows and get them read, enjoy,  put into your library, re-read from decade to decade because,
who knows , , ,
slings and arrows of outrageous fortune
 :worried:

Thank you Malcolm; I take your point.

Prematurely joining Rosencrantz and Guildenstern without having the pleasure of reading them all.

Will rethink my plan.

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Re: A Cornish Christmas Mystery
« Reply #92 on: January 16, 2018, 09:17:18 am »
to make them last...
I would advise (!ahem) buy them all as soon as your piggy bank allows and get them read, enjoy,  put into your library, re-read from decade to decade because,
who knows , , ,
slings and arrows of outrageous fortune
 :worried:
Iím just about to finish the latest one entitled A Christmas Railway Mystery
two down so far for me
Does poor ol' Lemming get beat up in every one ! ?  if so he must be in a bit of a state by Christmas  :'(

two more on order :)
No, he doesnít always get beaten up. You donít have to read the books in order, they do I tnink stand alone ok. Well worth reading.
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Re: A Cornish Christmas Mystery
« Reply #93 on: January 16, 2018, 09:40:42 pm »

 You donít have to read the books in order, they do I tnink stand alone ok. Well worth reading.

I agree that each book is a good read in its own right, but who wants to read about Colbeck and Madeline in books 8 or 9 without discovering how they first met and ........... (I won't spoil things  :no:). Same with the 'Home Front Detective' series, much better I think to follow the characters through life and see how their relationships develop, (but that is another topic!).  :)
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