September


crime fiction books, crime fiction authors

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September brings my favourite time of year and one could think that after the summers heated passions and murderous affairs that cooler heads have prevailed? Never!

Crime fiction carries on and over the past few months, I have squeaked-in books between directing contractors and wishing for noise cancelling headphones. The steady stream of interruptions hasn’t been easy on my reading schedule but thankfully the home renovations will soon be complete.

While in South Africa this summer I picked up a few books and have one left to read. It’s so interesting to read crime fiction from different cultures as the backdrop and history can dramatically affect the story lines. More on this later.

Autumn is my personal New Year and I always feel energized and excited about what discoveries the next several months will bring. I’m so glad you are continuing the journey with me and as always, your comments and suggestions are very welcome.

June Lorraine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6 comments

  1. Happy New Year, June.

    I love September, too, but for the opposite season. Spring is when everything, including hope, springs to life. But then I love all the seasons for different reasons. 🙂

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    • Now that made me laugh! Thanks Vicki, I suppose March would be your equivalent to my September.
      And yes, Spring is lovely. For me it is images of crocus poking through the snow as early harbingers. Your spring will be different 🙂

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  2. Noise cancelling headphones are very useful June. I bought a pair from a clay pigeon shooting school. They have proved to be an excellent acquisition. I like the Confucius quote.

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  3. Did Diko buy that load of crap I sent him?

    Murder

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