Category Archives: Giles Blunt

I’ve (virtually) climbed Mount Logan

I’m prepared to accept that reading 13 books is not quite as rigorous a challenge as climbing the highest mountain in Canada, and I’m sure it was a lot more fun but the stages of the Canadian Book Challenge #4 … Continue reading

Posted in Canada, Catherine Hunter, Dick Francis, Gail Bowen, Giles Blunt, Inger Ash Wolfe, list, Louise Penny, Margaret Atwood, Mary Jane Maffini, memes and challenges, Michael Van Rooy, Robin Spano, Stef Penney, Vicki Delany, William Deverell | 6 Comments

Review: Forty Words for Sorrow by Giles Blunt

I read Giles Blunt’s first crime novel as the 9th book in my 13-book Canadian Book Challenge. Detective John Cardinal of the Algonquin Bay Police Department worked the Katie Pine case as though she had been kidnapped and probably murdered … Continue reading

Posted in book review, Canada, Canadian Book Challenge #4, 2010-11, Giles Blunt | 6 Comments