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Bodies in the Bookshop

July 15, 2010

A bit of a last-minute post (tho’ it’s been on the Diary page for ages).

Just a reminder that should any kind reader be passing through Cambridge between 6 and 8 pm this evening, Heffers in Trinity Street will be stuffed with more crime writers and readers than one would have thought possible.  But there will always be room for one more – details are here.

2 comments

  1. Ruth – a small fan note! Yours are about the only mysteries I read and chiefly because they are historical and I love the humor. Am envious of your close proximenty to so many ancient Roman archaeological sites. I live in Texas and its usually too hot to be outside – and no Roman digs! Thanks for the great stories.
    Judith Schara Caldwell


    • Thanks for the kind comments, Judith. Yes, we’re incredibly lucky to have so much history beneath our feet here – and although we complain about excavating in “hot” weather, I suspect if you sampled it you’d fall about laughing!



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