Tag Archives: Theatre Milieu

All the World’s a Stage (2017) by Boris Akunin

Source: Review Copy (Weidnfeld & Nicolson) Regular readers of the blog will know that an author I often recommend to people is Boris Akunin. I came across his work a number of years ago, taking a chance on his first … Continue reading

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Murder Has a Motive (1947) by Francis Duncan

I didn’t have the strongest of starts with this author, with a poorly paced read in Murder for Christmas (1949), putting me off trying another. However, positive reviews from bloggers such as Tom Cat on other titles by this author … Continue reading

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Enter Sir John (1928) by Clemence Dane and Helen Simpson

This is a writing duo I have known of for quite a while (think I came across them first in Martin Edwards’ The Golden Age of Murder (2015)), but I haven’t been able to procure any of their work (at … Continue reading

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