Kommentarer og anmeldelser af krimier, samt korte indlæg om kriminallitteratur.
Crime fiction reviews and comments.
What a lovely church!! That's a downside about living in the part of the world I live in.... our history doesn't go back very far (in comparison), so no ancient architecture to enjoy.
Kelly: we are quite proud of it. My husband is the local vicar.
Oh I just love to visit old churches. There`s so much history to find. Are you living in the rectory then?
Bente: I certainly am. Try to take a look at this post, beneath the Danish review: http://djskrimiblog.blogspot.com/2009/04/agatha-christie-murder-at-vicarage-1930.html
How interesting!! I just looked at the photo of your vicarage. It's quite lovely, but not what I expected. However, knowing nothing about Danish architecture I'm not sure what I expected. On a side note...I've never read any Agatha Christie! I saw the stage production of "Mousetrap" in London a few years back and that probably doesn't count.
Kelly: it is a fairly common vicarage, and just like several large family houses from the period (1920s I believe, but we don´t quite know - we were not around then) : If you want to try Christie, I think Murder at the Vicarage is a good place to start. It is the first Miss Marple story, and I have always prefered them over the Poirot stories.
Beautiful!! But you know that I love Danish buildings.
Oh that`s a nice vicarage with a huge old tree in the garden I suppose!
Bente: the garden is huge, but the tree you can see is a rather young birch ;)
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