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June 21st, 2009

01:39 pm - Voice Post

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“Alright this particular post contains spoilers for Cassandra Chen the young widow, it is a 3 set in modern time British which I have seen reviews of mentioning it's similarities to Dorothy Sayers Lord Peter Windsy's(?) stories. I have read now read it because my Mom had a copy and I fail to see anyone of them wants white survivor except for the fact that there is an upper class man who tend to hang about with detectors and help solve the mystery it locks any of the charm or which or intelligent affairs. I don't like any of the characters in it, I spent the entire half last half on the novel going oh my god detective given view idiot because he saw the relationship with the prime suspect in the case and I was a bomb standard procedural mystery in which you know the full point of figuring how who was the peak together where each person was at what time on the day that the murder happen and I do not think I shall bother reading the 2nd and leading home from death on my drive home which on still hands the phone post instead of text post or anything like that I am pertain to my skeptic broadcast and I'm wondering are there any detective novel story skeptic, not skeptic like the proper skeptic all negative ought to be but at in the modern skeptical movement you see a little bit of it in the TV show the mental was ___ house of the bit of skeptic that court of thing m if any one knows let me know thanks

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This is Telophase transcribing her own post, preserving the original above because it's so amusing. :)

All right. This particular post contains spoilers for Cassandra Chen's 'The Young Widow'. It is a mystery set in modern times, British, which I have seen reviews of mentioning its similarities to Dorothy Sayers' Lord Peter Wimsey stories. I have now read it because my mom had a copy and I fail to see any resmegblance whatsoever excapt for the fact there is an upper class man who likes to hang around with detectives and help solve mysteries. It lacks any of the charm or wit or intelligence of Sayers. I don't like any of the characters in it. I spent the entire last half of the novel going "Oh my God Detective Gibbons, you idiot," because he started a relationship with the prime suspect in the case. And it was a bog-standard procedural mystery in which, you know, the whole point was figuring out, to piece together where each person was at what time on the day that the murder happened. I do not think I shall bother reading the second.

Leading on from that, on my drive home which I'm still on, hence the phone post instead of a text post or anything like that, I was listening to my skeptic podcasts and I'm wondering if there are any detective novels starring skeptics. Not skeptics like the proper sketicas all detectives ought to be, but like in the modern skeptical movement. You see a little bit of it in the TV show "The Mentalist". House is a bit of a skeptic, that kind of thing. If anyone knows, let me know. Thanks.”

Transcribed by: multiple users


ETA: I'm leaving "resmegblance" because it makes me laugh.
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