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Mystery & Math in Cambridge #BriFri — 6 Comments

  1. I went to Cambridge once back in 1989. I remember the cathedral as being spectacular but my friend had left and being there by myself felt very lonely. I’m afraid I’m not a very good solo traveler. I was miserable and outside of the cathedral didn’t see much else.
    I’ve got a review of Victoria & Albert over on my site. Spoiler alert: We need to give Judi Dench a promotion from Dame to Queen.

    Here’s my British Isles Friday post

  2. I tried to read a Maisie Dobbs mystery (I think that very one) a few weeks ago and just could not get into it at all. But I’ve been to Cambridge! King’s College Chapel was just overwhelming (and also kind of irritating what with all the Henry VIII signage everywhere — I was pretty tired of him by then).

    This week I seem to have actually written a few things, and they’re kind of British. Neil Gaiman is still British, right?

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