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When authors' prejudices ruin their books - The Guardian (blog)
The Guardian (blog)
When authors' prejudices ruin their booksThe Guardian (blog)I burned through Margery Allingham's Albert Campion books, and Agatha Christies by the score and I adored GK Chesterton's Father Brown. But recently, rereading the stories of the round-faced, stumpy cleric, with his flapping black cassock and his ...
Eric Wilson's classic novel Murder on The Canadian turns 40 - CBC.ca
Eric Wilson's classic novel Murder on The Canadian turns 40CBC.caEric Wilson's classic middle-grade mystery, Murder on The Canadian, turns 40 years old this year! The book, which became an international bestseller in 1976, follows the adventures of Tom Austen, a young boy with ambitions to become a detective. When a ...
The children's books Simon Cowell needs to read - The Guardian
13 Modern Retellings Of Classics By Jane Austen, Agatha Christie & More - Bustle
Bill Gates: Read these 5 books this summer - USA TODAY
Bill Gates: Read these 5 books this summerUSA TODAYThis is a classic book recommended by Gates - one steeped in math and science, but one that business people can learn from, too. The author, a math expert, shows how numbers control many aspects of our lives beneath the surface without our notice.and more »