Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Reviews By MPs and Innocent Bystanders

Innocent Bystander reviews Chris Ewan's GOOD THIEF'S GUIDE TO AMSTERDAM calling it "a refreshing burst of fresh air." And it is, indeed.

Labour MEP Mary Honeyball says that Ian Rankin's THE COMPLAINTS is "an absolute must of a book", while the Toronto Star has an interesting article comparing Fox to Rebus.

The Scotsman reports on the Lennoxlove Book Festival.

The Hindu looks at Arthur Conan Doyle's real life inspirations. Whilst Warner Brothers and VisitBritain join forces to to "invite tourists to discover Sherlock Holmes' Britain - Past and Present." Although I'm not sure Sherlock Holmes ever stayed at a Radisson.

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