Category Archives: Margot Kinberg

Books of the month: November 2016

Pick of the month I felt pretty wretched after watching the US election unfold at the beginning of the month, both because of what it might mean for the world and for the delayed grief over my mother’s death it … Continue reading

Posted in books of the month, Felicity Young (Aus), Margot Kinberg, Pat Flower (Aus), Robert Harris, Sulari Gentill (Aus) | 2 Comments

Review: PAST TENSE by Margot Kinberg

Margot Kinberg’s third novel set at fictional a Pennsylvania University, Tilton, is the first one which sees her series hero, policeman turned academic Joel Williams, tackling a cold case. The investigation is sparked when skeletal remains are discovered during a … Continue reading

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Books of the month – April 2010

In an effort to make my end of year selection of best reads a little easier I have decided to sum up each month’s bookishness here at the blog. Most people would have started in January but I’ve never been … Continue reading

Posted in Arnaldur Indriðason, books of the month, Deon Meyer, Leif Davidsen, Luis Miguel Rocha, Malla Nunn (Aus), Margot Kinberg, Matt Beynon Rees, Michele Giuttari, Shona MacLean, Simon Lelic | 3 Comments

Review: B-Very Flat by Margot Kinberg

I have a number of challenges on the go and several books to read for each one piled up but when Margot Kinberg’s second Joel Williams novel arrived on my doorstep on Friday I decided it had to skip to … Continue reading

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Review: Publish or Perish by Margot Kinberg

Title: Publish or Perish Author: Margot Kinberg Publisher: Eloquent Books [2008] ISBN: 978-1-60693-747-1 Length: 211 pages Genre: Amateur sleuth/police procedural ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ My rating: 3.5/5 One-liner: A light and delightful mystery ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Nick … Continue reading

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