“… Benger lifted the lavatory lid and peered in until his eyes adjusted to the darkness. ´By steadily looking down, I could see better, and saw a something like clothing below; I put my hand down and raised the blanket´. The blanket was soaked with blood. About two feet under the seat, on the wooden ´splashboard´ that partly blocked the descent to the pit beneath, was the boy´s body.”
If you recognize the quotation, or if you think you are able to guess who wrote it, please post a comment. Just leave a hint, do not spoil the fun by giving too much away. The book will be reviewed on Friday.
se min præsentation af DJ´s Krimiblog på Blogkvinder 40+.
To my English readers - sorry there is no translation, but as I have joined a Danish blogging community, I suppose I should write a few words in Danish now and then ;)
Dorte it looks to me like a real-life whodunit.
José: quite right - as nearly always!
Dorte - If I'm right, I, um, have some suspicions I know what this title is...
Margot: well-founded suspicions indeed :D
These biscuit tins must be everywhere, each Christmas we are given a box by our neighbour.
Sounds kind of gross! I look forward to your review so I can know more about it.
I'm with Margot, full of suspicions.
Curious to see what you make of this one being it's not your normal genre
Tracy: I know they are very common, and the name was intended as a hint ;)
Kelly: this time the author may be excised, I think.
Bernadette: well, at least I´ve got through it now.
"Fire" get very easy appear when you mic Old Country House with a lid candle!
And a belated Happy New Year and Congratulation to you Dorte.
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