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  • Without further ado, then, are the links with a rating (one to five stars) and one-sentence summaries of my Euro Crime reviews since 22 March:

    Book review

  • (Even though its author seems over-fond of one-sentence paragraphs.)


  • That's the one-sentence summary: to provide a little more context, Thomas Lynley, walking the coastal path while struggling to absorb the recent death of his wife and unborn child, discovers the body and seeks help from Daidre Trahir, a solitary woman who owns a nearby cottage.

    Book review

  • I've got quite fond of Robert Peston's blog now: although the one-sentence paragraphs and (BBC house style I am told) patronising phrasing put me off I suppose that isn't the author's fault.

    Current Affairs

  • A fourth, a very well-known author and journalist, has just written a one-sentence blog post (the entire post is the title, so it is very big font) - "What do you read when your husband has just left you for another woman?"


  • When asked to confirm UberMedia's account of an impending resolution, Penner sent a one-sentence reply: "Our actions will speak for themselves."

    Twitter suspends UberTwitter, Twidroyd, UberCurrent smartphone apps

  • Walker, in a one-sentence statement Tuesday, said "the Supreme Court's ruling provides our state the opportunity to move forward together and focus on getting Wisconsin working again."

    Wisconsin's polarizing union law to take effect

  • And during one interview four or five months ago, somebody asked her for a comment about Dan and she gave a one-sentence answer, and the columnist turns that into a comment that she's basically a spokesman for the transformation of her husband's public image, which is really quite demeaning to a very public and personal role she's had in the media to raise breast-cancer awareness.

    On Daniel Snyder's suit against City Paper

  • Your one-sentence quote from my comment fits your consistent pattern of cherry-picking the most convenient item you can criticize.

    Casey Luskin on Kitzmiller & Information

  • This is very odd indeed, because the movie rights for Pompeii are owned by German studio Ufa (not under Goebbels but Bertelsmann). mattepainter teddykgb - are you serious? you're going to make a snide comment based on nothing more than a very vague one-sentence overview?

    Ridley Scott Producing Pompeii Mini-Series, Formerly Developed as a Feature by Roman Polanski | /Film


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