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Welches Geheimnis verband die Opfer miteinander? Im Elefantengehege liegt eine menschliche Hand.

Der erste Todesfall war ein Selbstmord, der zweite jedoch ein Mord. Doch was hat den Staatsanwalt in den Tod getrieben?

New York, Die junge Investmentbankerin Alex Sontheim ist durch harte Arbeit und Zielstrebigkeit dort angekommen, wo sie immer hinwollte: Im Falle eines Widerrufs erhalten Sie keinen Newsletter mehr von uns zugesandt. Der 9.

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Der 6. Der 5. Nonny is also the center of unrest in her small town.

Born to a frightened, teenage member of the shiftless and criminal Crabtree family, but raised by the prominent Baptist Frett family, Nonny's existence heightens the tension between them. Joshilyn Jackson 's books are marketed as pleasant women's fiction, but to consider them as such is to ignore her biting wit and deep understanding of what it means to be a Southerner.

These are strong women, molded into steel, but with that thin coating of perfect manners to hide the sting of their words. There are people getting by on cheap booze and disability checks who have as much kindness in them as the woman who is raising her granddaughter to be quietly terrified that her friend who goes to the Methodist church is going to hell.

All that in a charmingly-told story of eccentric people in a small town. Jackson writes with both love and a clear eye.

I think I will put Between, Georgia on the list. I regularly interact with families from small towns in north and central Georgia at work, so this book is of interest to me.

Jun 25, , am A spate of light reading at the beginning of summer. I discovered Caitlin Moran in , the year I moved to England for the first time and went a little wild with all the newspapers. She recently wrote a funny book about feminism and that was enough to get a collection of her newspaper columns published as Moranthology. It's a solid collection of her writing, although I thought it was a mistake to leave out her review of Wife Swap, and there were a few longer pieces included only because the person she interviewed and wrote about was really, really famous.

Caitlin Moran is very funny. She's also opinionated, a feminist, a geek and really very funny. She writes about what she calls "the bangingness of Sherlock," her unconventional childhood as a one of eight children being home schooled by "the only hippies in Wolverhampton," and binge drinking.

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She gets Keith Richards to talk like a pirate and visits the set of Doctor Who. For two years, a picture of me doing so was the screensaver on my laptop.

There is no doubt in my mind that, when I'm dying, and my life flashes before my eyes, that particular picture will get a longer slot than many other pivotal life moments, with a caption saying "WINNING! She also speaks seriously about the importance of libraries and what it was like being raised on benefits. These columns make for every bit as compelling reading as her account of her teenage job deliberation, which had her debating being a check-out clerk at the grocery story, a prostitute or a writer.

I'm glad she chose writer, although she would have made being stuck working the late shift at the supermarket a lot of fun. Set in the mid-seventies, this is a classic hard-boiled, with the hard-nosed but tender Prager going up against various shady characters who are out to either intimidate him or to use him for purposes of their own. What fun to read a novel that both respects the rules of the genre, while keeping the story feeling fresh and interesting.

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Prager is an interesting character and I'll be looking for other books in the series.I know what a plot strand thrown out to be possibly picked up if I run out of steam later looks like. For two years, a picture of me doing so was the screensaver on my laptop. There is a book, isn't there? I don't know what's gone wrong but I can make a couple of educated guesses.

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Off to see if Netflix has it. The Forgotten Garden is on my worst reads list. Maybe the best thing they could do this year was not to award the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.

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