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The Bodies from the Library Conference: 2017

Yesterday I went to the third Bodies from the Library conference at the British Library and it was another great day full of interesting talks and even a Poirot lookalike. It was also great meeting up with a number of … Continue reading

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Bodies from the Library Conference 2016

Yesterday was the British Library’s second Bodies from the Library conference which explores and celebrates the Golden Age of detective fiction, sometimes seriously, sometimes irreverently, but always enthusiastically. Here is the low-down on what was discussed at the conference… Martin … Continue reading

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Freeman Wills Crofts’ Antidote to Venom (1938)

Being an avid reader of Golden Age crime fiction I’ve come across a wide range of settings: from trains, planes and automobiles to archaeological digs, theatres, country houses, breweries, safaris, colleges and even toy shops, but Antidote to Venom is … Continue reading

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