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J. Jefferson Farjeon
Birth date: June 04, 1883
Died: June 06, 1955
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BrokenTune
BrokenTune rated it 2 weeks ago
Once more the inmates of the room missed something through lacking eyes in the backs of their heads. The passage door slowly and softly opened, and a figure crouched in the aperture. A big, broad-shouldered figure, with one shoulder higher than the other. ‘Now, then, don’t pretend you don’t know an...
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fromfirstpagetolast rated it 11 months ago
It’s Christmas Eve 1937 and the snow that had been falling for the last few days has increased. Five passengers on a train find themselves stranded in the snow near the village of Hemmersby. Deciding to leave the train and try to make it to the village station they soon become lost in the snow, save...
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Themis-Athena's Garden of Books rated it 11 months ago
Book themes for Saint Lucia's Day: Read a book set in Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Sweden - and Finland for the purposes of this game) or a book where ice and snow are an important feature. A snowstorm stopping a train mid-route and characters struggling through a blindingly white wilder...
BrokenTune
BrokenTune rated it 12 months ago
THE first thing David did on emerging from the front door was to pitch head first into a mound of snow. For a moment or two he nearly suffocated, while countless soft, icy pellets invaded his back as though he were being bombarded by silent salvos from heaven. Then he scrambled out, and strained ear...
Injoy's Blogs + Book Reviews
Injoy's Blogs + Book Reviews rated it 2 years ago
The Z Murders: A British Library Crime Classic (British Library Crime Classics Book 10) by J Jefferson Farjeon is a compelling mystery that kept my attention from start to finish. It had just enough intrigue to keep me guessing. The taxi rides were a bit much, but because the author made me laugh & ...
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