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Posted on 30 August 2010

Fandom of the Operator By Robert Rankin

Posted in fiction 

I am so glad that I came across this author because I am not sure that there is anyone else out there quite like Robert Rankin. A local lad from Brentford, he has a good many novels under his belt and his genre defies description.

Posted on 30 July 2010

Silence of the Grave By Arnaldur Indridason

Posted in fiction 

This is the fourth in the series of Detective Erlendur mysteries, the first one published in 1997 and this one in 2001, Indridason has a mature style and I imagined him to be older than his years, so I was not surprised to learn that his fa

Posted on 30 June 2010

True Crime by Jake Arnott

Posted in fiction 

This novel is a sequel to The Long Firm and it takes up the story decades later. It is well written, exciting and very entertaining. Good writing like this works on several levels and this is not without its irony.

Posted on 15 May 2010

Pompeii by Robert Harris

Posted in fiction 

This novel tells the tale of the destruction of Pompeii by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, and I enjoyed it a great deal.

Posted on 11 April 2010

Decode: Digital Design Sensations

Posted in ARTS  exhibitions 

The origins of the V&A lie in a collection of artifacts, the purpose of which was to inspire ideas and to be used as models to be copied by aspiring designers and artists, and that pretty much is how I use the V&A and would recommend others t

Posted on 10 February 2010

Designer Index

Posted in ARTS  design 

As a practising designer and artist with many years’ experience, I feel qualified to say that I do actually know a lot about art, and I certainly know what I like.

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