Sunday, October 9, 2016

Lazy Sunday Service

Last week was one of running around after two weeks away in Boston and Korea. This one coming is trying to get myself sorted for a week in Russia.  I've managed to line up two books to take: Martin Cruz Smith's Polar Star and R.N. Morris' The Gentle Axe, the first set in the 1980s and the latter in 1866.  I wanted to find one set in contemporary Russia that wasn't some kind of political/spy thriller, but didn't manage to come across one, though I'd still be interested in recommendations.

My posts this week:

Review of Oblivion by Arnaldur Indridason
Big data and the city
Review of Slicky Boys by Martin Limon
September reads
Gut instinct

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