Tag Archives: Ireland

The case of the woman who loved international crime fiction

I’ve written before about my love of mystery fiction set in exotic places, an obsession that began in childhood. Some things never change, and these days my iPad is bursting with books written about people whose names I can’t pronounce, … Continue reading

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Happy Saint ex-Pat’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is almost here, but before you take that first sip of Guinness or tuck into your corned beef and cabbage, consider this: the patron saint of Ireland — the man in whose name people around the world … Continue reading

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