Tag Archives: Delano Ames

Crime Out of Mind (1956) by Delano Ames

This will probably be my final Ames review of the year and alas I am still on the hunt for a reasonably priced copy of She Wouldn’t Say Who (1957). Now that would be one heck of a charity shop … Continue reading

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Landscape with Corpse (1955) by Delano Ames

I’ve reviewed Ames’s work a lot this year, 6 times in fact and some of you may have been relieved when my progress was halted due to a dearth of reasonably priced copies for later books in the Jane and … Continue reading

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601st Blogging Milestone Reached!

So, yeah, this was supposed to be my 600th post, but unfortunately my zeal to sign up for Bev’s latest 2018 reading challenge meant I forgot I was supposed to post this post first. Oops! So instead this is my … Continue reading

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Book of the Month: August 2017

August was a good month for reading, not just in terms of quantity, (though that has certainly helped my the size of my TBR pile), but also in quality, as quite a number of my reads were 4/5 or higher. … Continue reading

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Crime, Gentlemen, Please (1954) by Delano Ames

Ames is an author I have reviewed a lot this year, but sadly, (or it may come as a relief to you), this is the last Delano Ames novel I have in my TBR pile. This is the 8th book … Continue reading

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The Man in the Tricorn Hat (1960) by Delano Ames

Back to one of my favourite authors to kick start this month’s reading. Today’s read is the first in Ames’ Spanish-set Juan Llorca series and given my usual inability to read a series in order, I have already reviewed the … Continue reading

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No Mourning for the Matador (1953) by Delano Ames

Today’s review is another return to the work of Delano Ames, this time from his Jane and Dagobert Brown series, which I love. Given the title there are no prizes for guessing where the Browns are next. Ames gets straight … Continue reading

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The Man with Three Chins (1965) by Delano Ames

This is the third novel from Ames’ Juan Llorca series, set in Spain, though it is my second read, having already read The Man with the Three Jaguars (1961). As to why every title in this small series has the … Continue reading

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Murder, Maestro, Please (1952) by Delano Ames

Thankfully the gap between my last Delano Ames read and this one was only about a month or so and in this next instalment Jane and Dagobert Brown are restless as ever and are once more travelling, this time in … Continue reading

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Book of the Month: March 2017

This month’s reading has been varied to say the least in terms of quality and in terms of content. I’ve managed to squeeze in reading two non-fiction books on crime fiction as well so I’ll be doing a separate Book … Continue reading

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