Crow Trap – Ann Cleeves. Just a brief post about Crow Trap. Well, I had read the book carefully – but found that any resemblance between that and the tv version was by way of overlapping. Only one woman on the project rather than three, murder rather than suicide, etc. And they left out my … More Crow Trap – so what did happen?
I’ve mentioned Ann Cleeves’ The Crow Trap before in this blog; it is the first one in the Vera Stanhope series set in the North east of England. A dramatized version is due to be shown on ITV this Sunday in the series Vera. I’m not sure why they are showing them in this order, but … More The Crow Trap-what will happen on tv?
Sounds like a film title?! Or just a book bloggers exercise to look at five books briefly, with a view to longer posts to come. http://www.stuck-in-a-book.blogspot.com/ is a good read for avid readers everywhere, and Simon who writes it suggests the following headings. 1. The book I’m currently reading…A Man of Parts by David Lodge I have … More Five Books and a book Group
You may remember from my last blog that I was going to hear Ann Cleeves speak about her novels, and indeed her new tv series Vera to begin on ITV shortly. Well, there were 50+ of us all eager to hear her, and she was excellent. I’m very glad that I had read some of … More Safely back from murder writer encounter!
Excitement builds hereabouts for the local library Ann Cleeves evening. I managed to get one of the very last tickets; despite receiving plenty of prior notice Husband finally decided that I was not going to be enjoying the delights of Manchester or Sheffield so I scooted over there to get ticket 48 of 50! I … More A Moving Toyshop – and a Murder Writer Live!