A law school classmate lent me this book some 30 years ago:
And I still remember it.
I don't remember the writing being anything to write home about, heh. But I remember the great historical detective story. So I particularly enjoyed seeing the public validation of Philippa Langley of the Richard III Society.
"Everyone thought that I was mad," she said. "It's not the easiest pitch in the world, to look for a king under a council car park."
And he says, you're still way up there on your throne, he says -- I'm in pieces, bits and pieces. And nothing seems to ever go right, because night is day and day is night. And I say, I know what you're saying, brother. I know what you mean.
Of course, never despair. What did Nick Danger say? Yes, that's right: Like a jigsaw puzzle, he said, the pieces are FALLING into place.
Well, actually that does not call for THAT radiohead song, although I do like it, albeit because the whole album was a free download so i played it a lot. But no, it calls for this, I think, because it reminds me of a H.S. friend who always had a jigsaw puzzle going and we ended up working those puzzles through many a rainy afternoon, yakking through the trials 'n tribulations. He liked the Stones too, not as much as I did, but we had that in common too, to a degree.
Book Review Hump day - Books, books, books. I found a new series, written by a couple using the name Lars Kepler. Dem is my people. Translated to English (good thing) from Swedis...
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