Kylie.Preisig at qed.qld.gov.au
Thu Dec 2 18:02:32 EST 1999
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Andinach [mailto:pandinac at tartarus.uwa.edu.au]
> Sent: Thursday, 2 December 1999 5:02
> To: 'dwj at suberic.net'
> Subject: Re: Sayers
> Well, maybe not. I'm overstating the case a bit. My local library has
> only had them in audio format so far, and I'm far too lazy to look
> further afield when they're available here, even if it is only in
> audio format.
I couldn't survive if I just restricted myself to my local library. I get
hassled by the librarians because I hardly ever get anything out except
inter-library loans. Hey, I've read all the good stuff on the shelves :)
But LISWA does have a very good collection, and I'd recommend using their
web-based catalog, which I have found really useful. For example, LISWA has
a far better collection of books containing Terry Pratchett short stories
than the Brisbane City Council Libraries does. So I shall be pursuing that
particulary project when I am in Perth over Christmas... :)
> > In the Teeth of the Evidence also has Talboys, which is
> > chronolically the last Lord Peter story.
> Another short story collection, is it?
Hmmm. I think so. It's a while since I've read Talboys and Striding Folly,
and I can't remember the name of the collection. But the were both in the
same one, and there was one about a policeman in there too that has Harriet
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