Category Archives: Philippe Georget

2015: The good, the bad and the dog walkers

As seems to be almost mandatory among book bloggers I’m wrapping up last year’s reading by reflecting on what the year threw at me, book wise. I should tell you this list is a bit haphazard because my memory for … Continue reading

Posted in Ausma Zehanat Khan, Bernard Keane (Aus), books of the year, Cath Staincliffe, Derek B. Miller, J.M. Peace (Aus), Jorn Lier Horst, K.T. Medina, Malla Nunn (Aus), Patricia Carlon (Aus), Paula Hawkins, Philippe Georget, Sulari Gentill (Aus) | 19 Comments

Books of the month: March 2015

Pick of the month Both the quality and quantity of my reading slipped a bit during March, primarily for workload reasons. That pesky day job really does get in the way of a good hobby. Still difficult to pick a … Continue reading

Posted in Anne Buist (Aus), books of the month, Dick Francis, Eva Dolan, Harry Bingham, Katherine Howell (Aus), Philippe Georget, Robert Gott (Aus), Ruth Rendell | 15 Comments

Review: AUTUMN ALL THE CATS RETURN by Philippe Georget

Although I don’t really think AUTUMN ALL THE CATS RETURN can comfortably wear the trendy (but misplaced) noir label adorning its cover, there is a noir-ish fatalism to its lead character. Gilles Sebag, a detective with the Perpignan police on … Continue reading

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Review: SUMMERTIME, ALL THE CATS ARE BORED by Philippe Georget

As is so often the case these days, a fellow blogger’s enthusiastic recommendation prompted me to seek out this book and, as is also often the case, I was not disappointed. I hadn’t planned to read a book which takes place … Continue reading

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