S Is for Silence
4 journalers for this copy...
These books stand alone pretty well, so don't be put off by it's being part of a series
Journal Entry 2
Camel & Artichoke in Waterloo, Greater London United Kingdom on Tuesday, February 01, 2011
Released 9 yrs ago (1/30/2011 UTC) at Camel & Artichoke in Waterloo, Greater London United Kingdom
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Released a bunch of books
Journal Entry 3
Croydon, Surrey United Kingdom on Saturday, April 23, 2011
Picked up at the meet up
Reserved for Earthcaroleanne's collection
Journal Entry 4
Falkirk, Scotland United Kingdom on Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Thanks so much for sending me this - I'll have to get through the rest of the alphabet now!
Journal Entry 5
Falkirk, Scotland United Kingdom on Sunday, January 19, 2020
I have really enjoyed this series and now I'm getting near the end.
Sue Grafton not only tells a good story, she writes well, too, not over-wordy, but with good descriptive prose. I enjoyed the way the plot moved between 1953 and 1987 (comfortably set before mobiles, text messages, e-mails and the internet intervened). I especially loved some of the 1950s facts, for example I had no idea there were 3D movies that early. The book holds your attention well, with an exciting ending.
Journal Entry 6
Beeston, Nottinghamshire United Kingdom on Monday, January 20, 2020
Released 1 mo ago (1/20/2020 UTC) at Beeston, Nottinghamshire United Kingdom
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Sending on the Kinsey Milhone spiral.
Journal Entry 7
Beeston, Nottinghamshire United Kingdom on Wednesday, January 22, 2020