ottertee at silverwinggraphics.com
Sun Jan 23 01:12:30 EST 2005
On Saturday, January 22, 2005, at 11:46 AM, HSchinske at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 1/21/2005 1:37:09 AM Pacific Standard Time, Kyla
> Tornheim writes:
> The one sort of book I'd really like to have a memory wipe for is
> mysteries, the kind where the solution is so brilliant and sudden and
> fabulous that you'll never get that flash of "oh my GOD that is so
> again, because you know it's coming, because it's so cool that you
> remember it. My major example of this is Jonathan Gash's _The Judas
> Oh, I have that. I can often read mysteries four or five times before
> I remember forever afterwards who dun it. I think it even worked on
> _Trent's Last Case_, but I won't swear to that one.
Did it work for _The Murder of Roger Akroyd_?
There is no point in being Irish if you don't understand
that the world is going to break your heart someday.
- Daniel Patrick Moynihan
on the assassination of John F Kennedy
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