Life in the Moderator Bat Cave is probably different to what the rest of us know. The Monglet Zone, where muchos 'sausage can be received with no recrimination.So much for art imitating life.
Try Kings of Albion by Julian RathboneFellas, looking for some help. Years ago I read a book about an indian prince coming to england during the wars of the Rose's. He is escorted by an egyptian merchant who is also a correspondent to the imperial Chinese court. It sounds odd, but i recall it was a great read.
I think it was written by an MP.
Net is, I cant remember the title.. anyone recognise it from my description?
Invoking the J cry, 'Ow mooch???'.Shameless plug!
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Second novel almost complete.
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You might also wish to try Rescue Pilot. Cheating the Sea by Jerry Grayson AFC; Amazon link here:I succumbed to the hype from various people over the years and tried reading 'World War Z' by Max Brooks.
Utterly tedious and overrated. I just couldn't bring myself to finish it so I'm reading Rescue 194 by Jay O'Donnell.
The problem with Lawton is reading all the Troy series, then waiting for a new book to come out. Intertwining with the wilderness books works well. I can believe Britain sold the wire that started the berlin wall.I finished John Lawton's A Little White Death last night and very good it was too. I can't comment much because it would give too much away to anyone who has yet to read it. It appears to be the end of the Troy saga, but is it . . . ? One point, though,for an author who is otherwise meticulously accurate, during the trial chapters he several times has the judge banging his gavel. My understanding is that in the UK judges do not wield gavels. My first-hand experience does not extend beyond courts martial though.
Anyway, next up is Christopher G. Moore's penultimate book in the Vincent Calvino series,Jumpers:
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Calvino investigates the death of a friend, a Canadian painter. The medical examiner finds the young man has ingested an exit drug, and the police verdict of suicide seems justified. But in Bangkok appearances have a habit of deceiving. Sometimes jumpers are given a leg up in their leap to the next life. Fingering the helper can be a risky business, and for Calvino this promises to be one of those times.
Looks fine to me. Luddite away. The site software will tell you if a file is too big, as it won't upload it.P.S.
I am also a bit of a luddite when it comes to sizing jpegs/photos to upload here.
Is the pic I have uploaded too big and if so how do I reduce it please (from a Mac)?