"The author is a liberal, but she spends most of this book describing how the Far Right has been incredibly strategic, united and focused on consolidating its power, while the Left has been scattered in its promotion of various policy ideas. Polic..."
"I have read this book several times (the first time was when I was in high school), and I love it. Rereading it now was a revelation.
When I started reading The Unexpected Mrs. Pollifax (first published in 1966) this time, I realized that Mrs...."
"I have rediscovered Mrs. Pollifax recently, and this is one I never read. It was published in 1997; it is the next to last Mrs. Pollifax book. In this book, Mrs. Pollifax and her old friend Farrell head to Jordan, hoping to collect the last manu..."
"This book opens with a man throwing himself in front of a train to commit suicide (that is what they call “one under”). There is no doubt it was a suicide, so there does not appear to be any crime to investigate.
Then a young girl’s body is d..."