Category Archives: Vicki Delany

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

Books of the Month – October 2010

That Was Then I finished another 15 books during October (a couple of reviews still to come). Although I didn’t have any 5-star reads it was a high quality month with nothing rating below a 3. My pick of the … Continue reading

Posted in Ann Cleeves, Arnaldur Indriðason, books of the month, Catherine Hunter, charts, charts, charts, Inger Ash Wolfe, Jo Nesbø, Kwei Quartey, Linwood Barclay, Martin Edwards, Robert Engwerda (Aus), Robin Spano, Shuichi Yoshida, Vicki Delany | 8 Comments

Review: Negative Image by Vicki Delany

The 7th book which will count towards my Canadian Book Challenge is the newest installment of Vicki Delany’s Constable Molly Smith series and is due for publication on 2 Nov 2010. This pushes me over the half-way point of the … Continue reading

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Review: Winter of Secrets by Vicki Delany

On Christmas Eve in the small town of Trafalgar in British Columbia a car goes off the road into a frozen river. Despite the efforts of police and rescue workers the two men in the car, Ewan Williams and Jason … Continue reading

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Review: Valley of the Lost by Vicki Delany

Title: Valley of the Lost Author: Vicki Delany Publisher:Blackstone Audiobooks [2009] ISBN: n/a (digital download via Length: 9hours 34 minutes Narrator: Carrington MacDuffie In the small town of Trafalgar in the hinterland of British Columbia, Canada, ageing hippie Lucky … Continue reading

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