2003 somewhat parodic cosy detective fiction; third and last of
Anderson's novels of the Earl of Burford and Inspector Wilkins. The
last two house parties at Alderley ended in murder, but surely there
can't be any harm in having people down for Great-Aunt Flossie's
funeral and the reading of her will?
Today I'll introduce
Anything in square brackets is to be thought about rather than read
1955 thriller/war story, MacLean's first novel. Ulysses, a
heavily-modified Dido-class cruiser, has been worked nearly to death
on the Arctic convoys, but in spite of that, and of an arguable mutiny
among the men, she's sent out for one more run.
My customers on 3dhubs
use a variety of software packages to build the models they send me;
in theory, anything that produces files in obj or stl format will
work. Some are definitely better than others.
Pyramid, edited by Steven Marsh, is the monthly GURPS supplement
containing short articles with a loose linking theme. This time it's
a celebration of 100 issues of Pyramid, and various articles that
wouldn't fit well elsewhere.
1970 Hugo- and Nebula-award-winning science fiction. A motley crew of
explorers travels to an immense, star-girdling ring.
2015-2016, 22 episodes. Police procedural in the CSI mould: a team of
forensic experts at the "Jeffersonian" consults for the FBI.
1997 mystery; first of Granger's novels of Fran Varady. Fran is
unemployed, broke, and about to be turfed out of her London squat
along with her three housemates. But one of those housemates is soon
going to turn up dead.
boardgames group continues to meet at the Marlow Donkey.
1989 swashbuckling science fiction. Against the background of the
thousand-years' war between the Hanoverian Monopolity and the Jendyne
Empery-Cirot, Arran Islay fights for freedom and revenge.