Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Poirot is dead- time for Canon Chambers

I am delighted that there is to be a television adaptation of James Runcie's excellent Granchester Mysteries. There is a deceptive innocence and simplicity about these books, but be warned; rather like John Taverner's music they have more depth and  complexity than you might first imagine

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