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T O P I C    R E V I E W Posted - 03/07/2012 : 1:22:09 PM
I'm reading "The Resident Patient" by PD James. Can't wait for the next knitting mystery by Maggie Sefton to come out! Keep on knitting!. A balanced diet is a peanutbutter cookie in each hand!

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Schaeferyarnlover Posted - 11/25/2013 : 10:58:33 AM
I am listening to the Maggie Hope series set in London in WWIi. I had to stop llistening at night. It is vivid, not graphic. She is trained as a spy to fight the Nazis. Real world figures are woven into the plot.

Margie Posted - 11/24/2013 : 7:15:48 PM
I, too, like PD James and love the PBS versions.

How about PBS and Peroit?? That, too, is great. And this from one who hasn't watched TV for a year or two or three ...

Margie and Mimi (my hearing dog who doesn't knit -- yet)

lella Posted - 03/26/2012 : 1:50:40 PM
Ouch! hehehe.. I've read most of PD James, and liked them.

The author I got sick and tired of is Elizabeth George - an excellent writer, too, but so very bloody and so many psychos!



"Life is good if you don't weaken." Calvin Coolidge
Greyling Posted - 03/26/2012 : 01:17:11 AM
I'm just going to say, and I hope I don't step on toes, but I do not like PDJames, because the endings of her mysteries are cheating.


I started to read her mysteries years ago, because she seemed so popular, and also watched the dramatizations on our local PBS, but, found her killers to be - always - psycho. Not very inovative.

The books are well written. Enjoyed the plots, sorry, not the conclusions. Doesn't she have an editor??

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