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It absolutely qualifies for „Winter Solstice“. — I‘d been wondering what you‘d make of the Pitt clue! :D
BrokenTune 2 years ago
Yay!

Re Pitt I got the first part but would not in a million years have been able to follow it through to the conclusion Hare drew.
I thought it was a nice spin on the topic — and I loved that it was the non-English historian who uncovered the significance. I also liked the way Hare played with the notion of “doing the right thing“.
BrokenTune 2 years ago
There was a particular paragraph about "plain English" that I particularly enjoyed in the grand scheme of the non-English main character explaining all of the goings on in the story. I'm sure you know which one I mean. ;)
I do indeed, and enjoyed it for the same reason!
Hol 2 years ago
It sounds like it was satisfying?
BrokenTune 2 years ago
It really was. I mean, it was a Golden Age mystery and just perfect to chill with...nothing too taxing...but I really liked it. It made me laugh, too.
This was my second by the author and I think I need to read his other books.