To: Tanniker Smith
The Dark Place
A very good anthropological murder mystery. Some nice historical (anthropological) accuracy.
No, the butler did not do it. Hint, murder weapon: atl-atl.
To: Coyoteman; Tanniker Smith; RaceBannon
Have any of you read Shadow of Deception, by Gary Carmody?
I am wondering if it's worth the read.
I like Aaron Elkins' books, too. Very creepy. "The Dark Place" was fascinating.
posted on 03/13/2005 5:51:21 AM PST
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That sounds good! Death by atl-atl or is it atlatl? The thrower thingie.
What is the name of that Henry James mystery...Oh yes, The Turn of the Screw. I enjoyed it. Typical Henry James sentences that go on and on and never end but instead append yet more information in clauses attached to the main sentence without adding anything more than description of the previous clause....you get what I mean. :)
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