After The Funeral
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WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Wonderful, on Sunday, to have the time with you both, however briefly, for a hello and a natter, that was fun!
After nearly everyone left, BookCrosser Diane-Fraser and I sat for a while then when I was alone I did a little BC admin on my phone. While sitting there in Biblos though I had taken the opportunity to ask some folk if they would like any books. Great success - I handed over two books to one of the wait staff and super great joy - a customer from Belgium returning there Monday took the SCOTTISH LEGENDS & MYTHS book I had registered with BookCrossing. You can imagine how thrilled I was!
I then I nipped around the two corners to the Bedlam Theatre LFL and deposited seven books, good thing too as it was almost empty. Till we meet again, Cheers rainbow3.
Seems I read another copy of this in 2010 — whoa... a surprise! However, I'm not reading those notes till I get down my current thoughts. Enjoyed this a lot. What an ingenius plot, stuffed with red herrings, and facinating characters. Puzzled by a clear memory of my saying around the 1970s, to a chum Kay, I didn't like Agatha Christie as much as others seemed to. Think I was reading Kurt Vonegurt at the time, and thought it had more to say, or something? Honestly, I do wish I could recall why I wasn't so impressed by Christie as I am now? Curious.
Marking as RESERVED as I have a plan for it's release...